– Metering and regulation of thermal energy takes into account the actual flow of coolant and adjust (reduce) the rate of the coolant in accordance with the programmed temperature maintenance systems heating and hot water or in the return pipe. – Allows the heating unit to expend heat energy in accordance with calculations that take into account: the weather, time of day, days, etc. Supports normal heating mode when there is insufficient supply of coolant from the heating network (low pressure drop and low temperatures). – Knot hot water. Allows you to pump water to the hot water supply with desired temperature (55-60 C). Works with the maximum selection of thermal energy from the thermal network.
– Unit ventilation. Allows you to adjust the flow of thermal energy in accordance with weather conditions and time of day. Effectiveness of the use – reducing heat consumption by 37% in the industrial, administrative and public buildings by 12% – in housing, by taking into account the actual outdoor temperature and low heating modes in night-time – to reduce costs to build the substation, by reducing the amount and timing of construction works, transport and procurement and overhead costs – Automatic shut-off of hot water and cessation of flow metering for emergency situations – a built-in metering and regulating heat – enables (in the application of block and individual items), go to the two-pipe system transfer fluid from heat supply networks. The classification of substations and the main concepts Substations to thermal networks can be connected in two basic concept: the dependent and independent schemes. The set of block heating stations include: metering and regulating heat exchangers plate, pumps, circulators, Valves, filters, strainers, check valves, instrumentation equipment, automation control panels work of appliances and equipment, technical documentation required for the installation and operation of btp.