calorifier


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calorifier

[kə′lȯr·ə‚fī·ər]
(engineering)
A device that heats fluids by circulating them over heating coils.

calorifier (Brit.)

A storage vessel, not open to the atmosphere, in which a supply of water is heated.
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Upgrading its domestic hot water system from two shell-and-tube calorifiers to a compact Spirax EasiHeat[TM] solution has enabled Greencore Food-to-Go to reduce its annual gas bill by 30,000 [pounds sterling].
So they decided to go with us for the complete system as a turnkey project, which means we supplied the boilers, calorifiers, and control panels and so on, the complete package," he explains during a tour of the Grosvenor House hot water heating systems.
hw,o] = hot-water outlet temperature of calorifier, [degrees]C
Storage tanks and calorifiers should be regularly inspected, cleaned, and disinfected.
Unlike the old calorifier and its large buffer tank, we now have a neat, compact installation that fits into the corner of the boilerhouse.
e) provision of a new indirect domestic hot water calorifier and distribution pipework.
The controls will also be upgraded, New calorifier installed and pumps replaced.
Spirax Sarco calculated that Catalent could save *[pounds sterling]6,500 a year in energy costs by replacing a single 540kW calorifier with an EasiHeat.
and the existing hot water calorifier arrangement replaced with new plate heat exchangers with a duty/standby plate heat exchange unit arrangement including all supporting works required to facilitate the installation of this arrangement.
Spirax Sarco calculated that Catalent could save 6,500 [pounds sterling] a year in energy costs by replacing a single 540kW calorifier with an EasiHeat.
In March last year a calorifier used to provide domestic hot water ruptured during operation in a factory.
Contract Notice: The Works comprises the downtaking of existing boilers, boiler plant, boiler bases, water heater, flues, pumps, hot water calorifier and controls along with switchgear and disposing of redundant works.