Heat supply station
Heating supply station (HSS) differ in the number and type of heat consumption systems connected to them, the individual characteristics of which determine the thermal scheme and characteristics of the HSS equipment, as well as the type of installation and the features of equipment placement in the HSS room. The following types of HU are distinguished:
- Individual heat plant (ITP). Used to service a single customer (a building or part of it). As a rule, it is located in the basement or technical room of the building, however, due to the peculiarities of the serviced building, it can be placed in a separate building.
- Central heat supply station (CHSS). It is used to service a group of consumers (buildings, industrial facilities). It located in a separate building most often, but can be placed in the basement or technical room of one of the buildings.
- Block thermal point (BTP). It manufactured in the factory and delivered for installation in the form of finished blocks. It may consist of one or more blocks. The equipment of the blocks is mounted very compactly, as a rule, on one frame. It is usually used when space is needed, in cramped conditions.
By the nature and the number of connected users of BTP may refer to both ITP and to the TSC.
Concern "Alfa L Service" is a distributor of the leading global manufacturer of heating units "Cetetherm".
A heat supply station (HSS) is a complex of high-tech devices for transferring heat from external heating systems (boiler houses, TPPs or RHP) to an internal heating, water supply and ventilation system.
The primary targets of HSS are:
- Automatic control and regulation of heat conductor parameters.
- Conversion of heat conductor type
- Distribution of heat conductor on heat consumption systems
- Shutting down heating systems as required
- Heat systems protection from emergency increasing heat parameters
- Heat conductor and heat tracking
- Heat supply station remote control