Polaris District Heating and Cooling Systems
Polaris Plate Heat Exchangers are often used with low-pressure steam, hot water, or chilled water in district cooling and heating systems. Hot or cold water is sent through insulated pipes to buildings served by the system. PHEs in the buildings provide instant heating or cooling. They also isolate building loops and deliver constant central-plant pressure.
Polaris PHEs for District Heating and Cooling Systems
District heating and cooling systems distribute heat or cooling from centralized locations, meeting residential and commercial requirements like hot water and space cooling and heating. Operating heat may be obtained from a number of sources, including industrial waste heat or cogeneration plants burning fossil fuels. District heating and cooling systems are typically more efficient and less polluting than local boilers.
These approaches also help reduce carbon emissions – and Polaris Plate Heat Exchangers are ideal for nearly all such applications. Recovered heat from almost any source can be used to provide temperature control for multiple buildings of practically any kind. The efficiency and environmental advantages of district systems make them attractive in many applications. Contact us for more engineering and application details.