Heat supply systems

  Objects energy
    • boilers (boilers, boilers, heat exchangers);
    • heat distribution points;
    • elements of paropostachannya;
    • elements of the heating system;
    • elements of hot water;
    • heat distribution network;
    • mode of heat consumption;
    • heating control system;
    • the system of accounting and control heat.

  Objectives energy auditors
    • determine the loss in the elements of hot water and steam;
    • identify the planned amount of heat consumption;
    • identify technological and emergency armor;
    • make a balance of heat consumption by technology, by units and objects in general;
    • evaluate the effect of hot water and steam;
    • identify potential savings of heat;
    • develop recommendations on energy saving measures.

  Recommendations for implementing energy-saving measures

  General recommendations
    • eliminate leaks;
    • providing thermal insulation of pipes and outer surfaces;
    • replace inefficient or outdated and not loaded equipment;
    • compliance with technical regulations;
    • to optimize the treatment of boilers;
    • use of automation of the boiler;
    • to collect air from boiler rooms;
    • implementation of continuous automatic blowdown;
    • implementation of heat recovery and flue gas blower water;
    • modernization of electric pumps, fans and smoke exhaust.

  Boilers Heat Exchangers
    • flushing the heat exchanger;
    • installation of plate heat exchangers.
  Steam System
    • implementation of decentralization thermal curtains;
    • implementation of decentralization of hot water;
    • off steam for heating in summer;
    • reducing the vapor pressure;
    • ensuring the condensate return pressure;
    • use of manufacturing processes with higher steam parameters;
    • exclusion processes and technologies without condensate return;
    • using temperature condensate heaters in more fully;
    • treatment and return condensate cycle;
    • replace steam superheated water, permitting technological conditions;
    • improving the thermal insulation Breaking and control valves;
    • to optimize the treatment process steam consumption (due to the use of more efficient processing equipment);
    • replace steam heating plants with more efficient types of heating;
    • implementation of the automated control system heating;
    • introduction of automated control and accounting of heat consumption.