Stokvis Energy Systems have produced a comprehensive guide to plate heat exchangers.
Specifiers across both the heating and hot water service industry and wider construction profession will find the latest downloadable publication from the company an incredibly useful resource when looking to improve the energy efficiency of buildings.
Featuring colour images, clear diagrams and simple descriptions, ‘The Ultimate Guide to Plate Heat Exchangers’ explains what comprises a PHE system, how they work and the technical advantages.
These include system separation, rapid DHW response, greatly lowered Legionella risk and flexibility of application.
The guide shows how PHEs can be customised and their efficiency greatened further by measures including using stainless steel plates; adding to their value in high demand situations including hotels, spas and hospitals.
Latter on in the 42 page document features the suitability of Stokvis Heat Interface units (HIUs) for distributing heating and/or hot water within individual dwellings, connected to centralised boiler plant as well as wider district heating schemes.
The entire Stokvis range of PHEs and HIUs offers high build quality and low maintenance from compact, well-engineered units.
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