District Heating

ARE YOU EXPERIENCING THESE PROBLEMS WITH YOUR DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM?

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  • UNSIGHTLY STEAM VAPOR
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  • HEAT-DAMAGED STREETS, SIDEWALKS & UTILITIES
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  • INCREASED FUEL COSTS AT PLANT
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  • LINE LOSSES
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  • MISSING INSULATION IN MANHOLES/VAULTS
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  • MISSING INSULATION IN MECHANICAL ROOMS OR PLANTS

IF SO, HERE’S WHERE TST CAN HELP

Repair and upgrade insulation within aged underground steam and hot water distribution piping with a trenchless technology.

Capture energy losses in manholes, vaults and pits by installing custom-made insulation blankets on bare pipe and fittings.

Recover energy losses by installing removable insulation blankets and/or conventional pipe insulation on pipe, fittings and equipment.

Reduce energy losses by installing removable insulation blankets and/or conventional pipe insulation on pipe, fittings and equipment.

Cut energy losses by installing removable insulation blankets and conventional pipe insulation on out-of-sight pipe and fittings.

Recover energy losses by installing custom-made insulation blankets and conventional pipe insulation on out-of-sight pipe and fittings.

HERE’S HOW TST CAN HELP

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ConduFill®

Restore the efficiency of thermally-degraded buried distribution piping and reduce heat loss by 40-90%.

Average payback: 2 – 5 years

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Removable Insulation Covers

Custom-made insulation covers restore the efficiency of bare pipe, fittings and equipment while protecting personnel.

Average payback: 6 – 18 months

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Mechanical Pipe Insulation

Turnkey removal, repair and installation of mechanical insulation for bare piping in manholes, mechanical rooms, tunnels, and vaults.

Average payback: 1 – 3 years

WOULD YOUR DH SYSTEM BENEFIT FROM AN INSULATION ASSESSMENT?

 

Find out today by telling us more about your system below.

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How many linear feet (or miles) of buried steam or hot water distribution piping do you have?

What is the typical range of pipe sizes for the underground distribution lines?

What is the typical pressure/temperature for the distribution lines?

What is the production cost for steam?

The construction of your distribution piping system consists mainly of:

Are there any signs of excessive heat loss on the surfaces above the existing steam or hot water distribution lines?

If yes, which signs?

Approximately how many manholes/pits/vaults can be found on the distribution loop?

How would you describe the existing insulation on the piping within manholes or pits or vaults?

Are manholes/pits/vaults frequently flooded causing live piping to be submerged?

Are any manholes/pits/vaults too hot to enter for routine maintenance and/or inspections? If so, how many?

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