DISTRICT COOLING

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We have solutions for most industries and virtually all applications using optimum thermodynamic designs. Our units meet recognised international standards and regulations. We produce bespoke customer designs as well as standard units, fabricated using our modular systems. The demand from pharmaceutical and food industries for units designed and built in accordance with the FDA regulations can be met using safety and sterile type heat exchangers. Join our satisfied customers and benefit from an individual service only a company of just the right size can offer. Big enough to matter, small enough to care.


HOW DOES IT WORK?
  • A central plant chills water and then distributes it through an underground insulated pipe network to a customer’s building.
  • A water circuit in the customer’s building circulates the cold water.
  • Both networks are closed circuits and the cooling is passed through the energy transfer system.
  • Air is then forced past the cold water tubing in the customer’s building to produce an air conditioned environment.
  • The warmer water is returned to the central plant to be re-chilled and recycled.

HRSFUNKE offers quality heat exchangers in order to make this process more reliable, safe and cost effective. Our heat exchangers provide the energy efficient and optimum heat transfer solutions to supply a cool air and water system within the range of a district energy plant. Please note we may require heat exchangers as pressure breakers for high rise buildings within the district energy project scope.

Wherever heat or cold are transferred through building services engineering we offer quality plate heat exchangers suitable for your application. HRSFUNKE plate heat exchangers can act as district cooling substations as well as pressure/circuit breakers on intermediate levels, to counter the enormous vertical pressure created by the height of high rise buildings or skyscrapers.

DISTRICT COOLING SYSTEM CAN:
  • Improve energy efficiency.
  • Protect the environment.
  • Save space.
  • Improve urban views.
  • Reuse the heat from exhaust systems.
  • Prevent disasters.
  • Reduce manpower for operation and maintenance.
BENEFITS OF DISTRICT COOLING:
  • Economies of scale due to the set up of centralised plants instead of individual cooling plants in each building.
  • Reduced capital and operating costs, reduced air conditioning setup for each building.
  • Cost benefits from substantially lower electricity usage and reduced maintenance.
  • Environmentally friendly by using alternative and cheaper fuels.
  • Enhanced efficiency and reliability, space savings, flexibility of air conditioning loads, considerably longer plant life.

Clients and Specifiers

capricole construction
wsp
jumeriah
masafi
wasl properties
command of militar work
almara
saudi binladin group
aecom
dssr