It is increasingly recognized that lowering system temperatures in heat networks is fundam60/30ental to achieve lean heat networks. With the issue of CIBSE/ADE CP1:2015, “achieving low heat network heat losses” and “achieving consistently low return temperatures and keeping flow temperatures low” have been highlighted as key goals in their own right in order to raise standards for heat supply in the UK.

Based on best practice and practical experiences from both the UK and Scandinavia the 60/30 seminar aims to provide attendees with an overview of how to design low temperature systems to achieve lean heat networks.

The following topics will be covered:

Energy trilemma:

  • Energy Security
  • Low cost
  • Low carbon

Design Objectives:

  • Consumer comfort
  • Low system return temperatures
  • Low distribution supply temperatures

Solving the design challenge:

  • Satisfying DHW and space heating demand
  • Addressing seasonal variation

Temperature & Pressure control: 

  • Managing dynamic load conditions
  • Dealing with part load

This Seminar is designed for building services mechanical consulting engineers, energy managers and HVAC system designers. SAV Seminars are informal, and questions are always welcome. They can be held at your premises, or any other venue of your choice.

This seminar can contribute towards your CIBSE CPD requirement. We look forward to seeing you!

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