We're absolutely delighted that our heat network project at The Merton Hotel, Jersey has been shortlisted for the Decentralised Energy Awards 2018 in the innovation category.
An innovative new reinforced pre-insulated polymer pipe system that can operate at temperatures normally reserved for steel pipes, has been utilised for the very first time in the UK on a St Helier heat network serving The Merton, Jersey’s largest resort hotel.
Two of the UK’s leading manufacturers of specialist pipe systems - CPV Ltd and Radius Systems Ltd - have come together to launch a new, innovative pre-insulated polymer pipe system developed specifically for buried district heating networks.
CPV Ltd, a leading district heating pipe manufacturer, has launched an innovative new range of flexible pre-insulated pipe systems with reinforced polymer service pipes that improve thermal efficiency and provide higher factors of safety.
When designing and installing a pioneering biomass CHP system for a large Nottinghamshire poultry farm, renewable energy specialist C&H Biomass chose two of the CPV Hiline range of pre-insulated pipe systems for use in the project’s buried LTHW network.
In response to an increasing demand for its Hiline range of pre-insulated pipe systems, CPV Ltd has further expanded its production capability with the installation of a brand new polyurethane insulation foaming line.
CPV Ltd has unveiled the next generation of district heating pipe systems, with the launch of an innovative product that offers a service pipe that has none of the corrosion risk associated with steel systems, yet it’s able to cope with higher temperatures and pressures that would be beyond the normal safe limits of polymer-based pipe systems.
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