Heating, Ventilating, Air Conditioning (HVAC) and Hot Water

Heat exchanger is the most suitable solution that is frequently used in heating, air conditioning, ventilating and domestic hot water applications. It has earned a well-known reputation for all similar applications which are set-up with high technology.

Room heating through the utilization of hot water is a common practice. There are a number of different methods for the transfer of heat energy from water to   create a comfortable room environment, while using radiator is also a familiar method. In this application, hot fluid (which is supplied from boiler or geothermal resource etc.) transfers heat by the help of a PHE to the other fluid which circulates in the radiator. 

Another substitute for the radiator is floor heating. This method uses a pipeline circulation system which is placed under floor. In gener­ally, floor heating is a supplementary way to radiator heating. The pipeline circulation in the floor heating system is normally connected to the circulation pipeline of the radiator.

Air-conditioning blows hot air into the room through the use of the fan coil. This type of heating is mostly used in public constructions. Combined heating methods, such as radiator systems integrated with that of floor heating systems, or radiator system integrated with ventilation heating facilities, are usually adopted.

The supply of domestic hot water is certainly included. This can be achieved through using solar energy, geothermal energy and conservation methods (waste heat recycle systems etc.) besides the available heating sources (boiler etc.)