84 - Central heat transfer systems w/chemical fluids/oil
Ulmatec Pyro AS
CENTRAL HEATING SYSTEM
Central Heating System Pyro Central Heating System is a closed pressurized heating system for maritime installations based on thermal fluid (water/glycol) circulation and a working temperature up to 110 °C. The working pressure is normally up to 3 Bar. The thermal fluid can be heated by heat generators heated by MGO, HFO, LNG, dual fuel burner MGO/LNG, electric elements and/or heat recovery from machinery equipment like exhaust gas system and/or HT-cooling system. It is normally heated by a combination of one or more of this heat generator. Pyro Central Heating System utilizes first the energy from the heat recovery generators and uses the fuel burner only if “green energy” from heat recovery system is not sufficient. The heat generators and the heat consumers can be divided in separate temperature circuits and connected together for optimal energy utilizing. The system is automatically controlled and monitored by a control system and can be interfaced to the main computer system (IAS). Safety control system and system for manual control is standard features. The control system is type approved in the major class society and in accordance with Class notation (E0). The control system is PLC based and controls automatically the thermal fluid flow to the individual heat generators and heat consumer groups and balances the system for optimal heat recovery. It also controls the exhaust gas outlet temperature in the exhaust gas economizer to avoid too low temperature in the exhaust gas system or too low cooling temperature for engine cooling. The circulation system is operated by two or more main circulation pumps. Running and stand-by functionality is built into the control system. Manual control and emergency control is standard.
84 - Central he...
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