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Below provides a guide to water flow rates and pressure when sizing a plate heat exchanger.
Low Pressure Installations A gravity or low Pressure Installation in a standard two storey house with a cold feed water tank in a l […]
Posted: August 11, 2017|||Learn more
1. Plate Heat Exchanger
To start, we need to know the KW required to meet the demand from the central heating circuit to start calculating the most suitable PHE
2. System Control Panel
The control panel will sense […]
Posted: August 07, 2017|||Learn more
1. Swimming Pool to be heated
To start, we need to know the volume of the pool water, the required pool temperature and then the acceptable heat-up time of the pool from cold to start calculating the most suitable PHE.
Posted: July 27, 2017|||Learn more
1. DHW Cylinder to be heated. To start, we need to know the volume of water in the cylinder, the demand from the DHW circuit , the time it will take to empty the cylinder and the time it will take to re heat the cyli […]
Posted: July 20, 2017|||Learn more
1. Plate Heat Exchanger Design. To start, we need to know the peak demand from the DHW circuit and the KW power available to correctly calculate the most suitable instantaneous PHE.
2. System Contro […]
It is very difficult to design a plate heat performance chart without the use of the manufacturers software that provides the necessary correlation between:
1. The flow rate on both the primary and secondary circuits< […]
Posted: May 30, 2017|Categories: RADIATORS||Learn more
It will take no more than 25 minutes to replace the same size and model of radiator especially if you are going to be using the same radiator valves and wall brackets, please see below: 1. Turn off the valves to isolate the radiato […]