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STORAGE
CALORIFIERS
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INTRODUCTION
The HRSFUNKE Storage Calorifiers offer a high quality The design and manufacture of Calorifiers is generally carried
solution for domestic hot water (DHW) heating. The standard out in accordance with BS853 1996 Part 1 Grade A.
range is manufactured from either stainless steel, copper,
copper lined steel, galvanised steel or glass lined steel. The However, where the scope of BS853 Part 1 is deemed
heater battery is manufactured from either copper or AISI insufficient or specified site requirements need a higher
316L stainless steel AISI 316L with the electrical heaters specification and design manufacturing code, calorifiers are
made from from Nicalloy 825 ensuring an hygienic, reliable manufactured in accordance with BS853 Part 2 with
long life. The heaters are removable for cleaning and PD5500:2009 being offered as an alternative design code.
inspection purposes. Other design standards are also available should it be
required.
These storage calorifiers are also designed to be used with
electricity as the primary heat input. This is ideal for
applications where there are no boilers or other water
generating equipment available. Although electricity is STORAGE VOLUME AND
associated with high running costs, it is also a very efficient
means of DHW heating since all of the power used is
RECOVERY PERIOD
converted into heat. The use of electricity also negates the
need for extra space within the plant room to cover the duty, The storage volume of the cylinder (capacity) and THE
so boilers can be smaller, thus freeing up space for other recovery period (heat up period) determine the primary power
applications. input required (kW) and therefore the output (litres/hour). The
recovery period is the time it takes to heat the water up from
Of a high quality design and manufacture, the HRSFUNKE cold (usually 10C to 25C) to the working temperature
Storage Calorifiers offer an excellent product both (usually 60C to 65C) in minutes or hours. Long recovery
aesthetically and technically. The units are bespoke, and can times require low primary power input whereas short recovery
therefore be designed around constraints within the plant times require high primary power input.
room, with special attention being paid to where the terminat-
ing connections need to be on the unit to ensure that they The actual storage volume requirements can be roughly
match up with existing pipework. This helps to reduce on site calculated using the table below which should give good
costs due to labour and material savings. results. A study of the application should be made to
determine actual requirements, taking space, weight loadings
and power supply into account when selecting a volume.

WHY HRSFUNKE?
HRSFUNKE has many years experience in the design and Storage/Person Recovery Period
manufacturing of storage calorifiers. By using only the highest Type of Building (Litres) (H )
quality materials and components, we can guarantee the long
life of our calorifiers removing the inconvenience of unit Hotel 45 2
failure.
School/College 5 3

Boarding School 25 2

DESIGN AND Student Apartments 35 3


MANUFACTURING STANDARDS Houses/Apartments 45 2
All our calorifiers are manufactured in accordance with the
European Pressure Equipment Directive 97/23/EC. The Factories/Offices 5 3
standard units fall within the Group 2 Liquids category, Chart
4, thereby having a PED Category of SEP (full details are Hospital Wards 30 1
available from our technical office). All wiring and electrical
assemblies conform to the latest IEE regulations.

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SOLAR CHOICE STORAGE CALORIFIER

CALORIFIER MATERIAL SELECTION

The material specification of a calorifier is generally carried


out to suit site requirements, the calorifier pressure and also
the physical dimensions of the cylinder. Due to the high
build specification and quality of the materials used for our
calorifiers they are guaranteed to last a lot longer than those
manufactured from inferior materials, which are susceptible
to corrosion.

COPPER

Copper is virtually impervious to attack by corrosive or


aggressive water. It is a popular material choice used GALVANISED STEEL
throughout the world due to its durability and long life. Shells
manufactured from copper gain a coating of copper oxide Galvanised steel shells are also available. The shells are
on the surface, which protects against corrosion. Where manufactured from carbon steel and then hot dipped in a
water is aggressive, an aluminium anode can be fitted into galvanising tank. This deposits a layer of zinc onto the
the shell, this then deposits an aluminium film onto the surface. Galvanised shells offer excellent corrosion
surface, which permanently protects the shell from corrosion. protection in hard water areas, but should not be used in soft
The anode does not need replacing throughout the life of the water areas. Soft water prevents the protective layer forming
calorifier. Please note that copper shells should not be used in on the surface of the shell. Magnesium anodes should be
conjunction with galvanised steel pipe work or fittings due to fitted to galvanised cylinders to give the shell a protective
the incompatibility of the two materials. coating. Anodes should be replaced annually to ensure the
long life of the calorifier. Copper pipe work or fittings should
not be used in conjunction with galvanised shells.

COPPER LINED STEEL


STAINLESS STEEL
Due to low material design strengths, solid copper may
become uneconomical to use on cylinders with larger Stainless steel calorifiers are becoming more popular for
diameters and high pressures. For where a copper shell DHW heating due to its high material strength and compat-
is impractical we offer a copper lined steel shell calorifier. ibility with potable water. However, calorifiers with stainless
This material option combines the high strength of carbon steel shells may be unsuitable for installation in systems
steel with the corrosion resistant properties of copper. The with a high chloride content since the chloride can attack
process involves manufacturing a carbon steel outer shell the welds.
and then lining it with copper sheets that are welded togeth-
er to form a waterproof surface. All wetted parts within the
calorifier are manufactured from copper.

Anti vacuum valves are fitted as standard to copper lined


GLASS LINED STEEL
cylinders to avoid the vessel collapsing under vacuum
conditions when draining down without a suitable vent. The shell is manufactured from carbon steel and then inter-
nally lined with glass or enamel. The lining is hygienic and
resistant to corrosion and scale formation. These are sup-
plied with a magnesium anode to provide additional cathodic
protection. These can be easily checked and replaced.

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SELECTION AND SIZING OF CALORIFIER

STORAGE SIZE AND HEATING LOAD SAMPLE HEATING LOAD CALCULATION


We cannot make an exact calculation of hot water For a Hotel:
consumption in a public area since the demand will fluctuate Normal recovery time is two hours
throughout the day. It is therefore better to collect all the data
available and calculate the peak load demand. Alternatively, General hot water demand = 45 Litres/Person
we can make a general calculation based on the hot water Maximum demand = 125 x 45
requirement per person and the recovery period required. = 5625
In general calculations are made based on heating the water Acceptable peak Demand = 0.7 x 5625
from 20C to 65C. If the required temperature is below 65C = 3940
either the hot water demand has to increase or the heating load
should decrease. Max. Flow rate required = 3940L / 2HRS
= 0.55 L/S
Heating Duty Required = 0.55 x 4.2 x 45
FLOW RATE = 104 kW

Flow rate will depend on the demand for hot water. It will be op- So a Calorifier with a capacity of 4000 L with a 105 kW
timum during peak demand. Heating load should be calculated duty heater will be sufficient for this application. The
to satisfy the maximum flow rate. specified system can supply the maximum flow rate
based on the peak demand.

Capacity Dia H.O/E Max Access C on n ect i on s


Litres mm mm Ht. size
C D E F G H J
230 500 1300 1525 DN 250 1.1 /2 " B SP 3 /4" B SP 1 .1 /2 " B SP 1/2" B SP 3/8" B SP 3/4" B SP 3 /4 " B SP
300 600 1180 1405 DN 250 2 " B SP 1 " B SP 2 " B SP 1 /2 " B SP 3/8 " B SP 1 " B SP 1 " B SP
400 700 1155 1380 DN 250 2 " B SP 1 " B SP 2 " B SP 1 /2 " B SP 3/8 " B SP 1 " B SP 1 " B SP
500 700 1450 1675 DN 250 2 " B SP 1 " B SP 2 " B SP 1 /2 " B SP 3/8 " B SP 1 " B SP 1 " B SP
600 700 1740 1965 DN 250 2 " B SP 1 " B SP 2 " B SP 1 /2 " B SP 3/8 " B SP 1 " B SP 1 " B SP
700 800 1775 2000 DN 250 2 " B SP 1 " B SP 2 " B SP 1 /2 " B SP 3/8 " B SP 1 " B SP 1 " B SP
800 800 1780 2005 DN 250 2 " B SP 1 " B SP 2 " B SP 1 /2 " B SP 3/8 " B SP 1 " B SP 1 " B SP
900 800 1990 2215 DN 250 2 " B SP 1 " B SP 2 " B SP 1 /2 " B SP 3/8 " B SP 1 " B SP 1 " B SP
1000 900 1765 1990 DN 250 2 " B SP 1 " B SP 2 " B SP 1 /2 " B SP 3/8 " B SP 1 " B SP 1 " B SP
1200 900 2120 2345 DN 250 2 " B SP 1 " B SP 2 " B SP 1 /2 " B SP 3/8 " B SP 1 " B SP 1 " B SP
1500 1000 2125 2350 DN 450 DN 6 5 PN 16 1 .1 /2" B SP DN 6 5 PN 16 1 /2 " B SP 3/8 " B SP 1 .1 /2" B SP 1 .1 /2" B SP
1750 1000 2480 2705 DN 450 DN 6 5 PN 16 1 .1 /2" B SP DN 6 5 PN 16 1 /2 " B SP 3/8 " B SP 1 .1 /2" B SP 1 .1 /2 " B SP
2000 1100 2350 2575 DN 450 DN 8 0 PN 16 2 " B SP DN 8 0 PN 16 1 /2 " B SP 3/8 " B SP 2 " B SP 2 " B SP
2250 1200 2220 2445 DN 450 DN 8 0 PN 16 2 " B SP DN 8 0 PN 16 1 /2 " B SP 3/8 " B SP 2 " B SP 2 " B SP
2500 1200 2460 2685 DN 450 DN 100P N 16 2 " B SP DN 10 0 PN 16 1 /2 " B SP 3/8 " B SP 2 " B SP 2 " B SP
3000 1200 2950 3175 DN 450 DN 10 0 PN 16 2 " B SP DN 10 0 PN 16 1 /2 " B SP 3/8 " B SP 2 " B SP 2 " B SP
4000 1450 2700 2925 DN 450 DN 10 0 PN 16 2 " B SP DN 10 0 PN 16 1 /2 " B SP 3/8 " B SP 2 " B SP 2 " B SP
5000 1600 2775 3000 DN 450 DN 10 0 PN 16 2 " B SP DN 10 0 PN 16 1 /2 " B SP 3/8 " B SP 2 " B SP 2 " B SP
6000 1800 2640 2865 DN 450 DN 10 0 PN 16 2 " B SP DN 10 0 PN 16 1 /2 " B SP 3/8 " B SP 2 " B SP 2 " B SP
7000 1800 3040 3265 DN 450 DN 10 0 PN 16 2 " B SP DN 10 0 PN 16 1 /2 " B SP 3/8 " B SP 2 " B SP 2 " B SP
8000 2000 2860 3085 DN 450 DN 10 0 PN 16 2 " B SP DN 10 0 PN 16 1 /2 " B SP 3/8 " B SP 2 " B SP 2 " B SP
9000 2200 2710 2935 DN 450 DN 10 0 PN 16 2 " B SP DN 10 0 PN 16 1 /2 " B SP 3/8 " B SP 2 " B SP 2 " B SP
10000 2400 2580 2805 DN 450 DN 10 0 PN 16 2 " B SP DN 10 0 PN 16 1 /2 " B SP 3/8 " B SP 2 " B SP 2 " B SP
20000 3200 2940 3165 DN 450 DN 10 0 PN 16 2 " B SP DN 10 0 PN 16 1 /2 " B SP 3/8 " B SP 2 " B SP 2 " B SP
30000 3800 3190 3415 DN 450 DN 10 0 PN 16 2 " B SP DN 10 0 PN 16 1 /2 " B SP 3/8 " B SP 2 " B SP 2 " B SP
40000 4300 3365 3590 DN 450 DN 10 0 PN 16 2 " B SP DN 10 0 PN 16 1 /2 " B SP 3/8 " B SP 2 " B SP 2 " B SP
50000 4600 3660 3885 DN 450 DN 10 0 PN 16 2 " B SP DN 10 0 PN 16 1 /2 " B SP 3/8 " B SP 2 " B SP 2 " B SP

HRSFUNKE standard models. custom models are also available

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Key
A. Primary Inlet
B. Primary Outlet H. Safety Valve
H
C. Hot Water Outlet J. Drain
D. Secondary Return K. Thermostats (1 BSP) C
E. Cold Feed L. Inspection Opening A,B D,E X
F. Thermometer M. Immersion Heater
G. Pressure Gauge N. Anti-Vacuum Valve
G F
,K

100
The Standard
HRSFUNKE range Calorifiers have
L
working pressure of 6 BarG and 10 BarG. H C
Higher pressures are also available.
G F

Y
K
L
M
A

B E

75
X150-

Vertical Models

C H G F

D
K
M
A
B

J E

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IMMERSION HEATERS

FIXED ROD ELEMENTS

The rod element is made up of a resistance heating coil sur-


rounded by compacted magnesium oxide powder enclosed
in a tubular metal sheath. The element is brazed to the heater
boss or flange. If an element fails the entire heater must be
replaced. These heaters are generically screwed BSP.

Our standard element material is Nicalloy 825. This is a high


alloy stainless steel and has excellent corrosion resisting
properties. Generally this material can be used in hard and
aggressive waters and, in a range of chemical solutions.

GLANDED ROD ELEMENTS

The rod element comprises a resistance heating coil sur-


rounded by compacted magnesium oxide powder enclosed
in a tubular metal sheath. The rod element is brazed to glands
that are bolted to the element flange. If an element fails the
individual element can be replaced, however, the vessel must
be drained and the heater removed.

REMOVABLE CORE ELEMENTS

A removable core element made up of resistance wire wound


inside ceramic formers. Removable core elements are
inserted into element tubes, which are expanded, brazed
or welded onto the heater flange. If an element fails the
individual element can be replaced without draining or
removing the heater from the vessel. Removable core
elements operate at a much lower watts density than rod
elements and have much heavier wall thicknesses so they
can operate in a far wider range of conditions.

Our standard sheath material is copper, which is generally


suitable for use in hard and aggressive water conditions,
particularly water with a high concentration of chlorine, for
example desalinated water.

ELEMENT WATTS DENSITY Due to their design, removable core elements work at a low
watts density, which allows them to operate with significant-
ly less corrosion problems than rod elements. Generally
Element watts density is defined as the amount of watts giv- removable core element watts density is below 3.1W/cm2
en out per unit surface area of an element. A high element (20 W/in2)
watts density reduces the life of an element and significantly
increases the effect of corrosion on the element sheath. High With the exception of domestic and some light industrial
element watts density causes water to boil around the ele- heaters the standard watts density for rod element heaters
ment and produces a noise similar to that of a boiling kettle. is 9.3W/cm2 (60W/in2) . The standard watts density on our
Where an immersion heater has been fitted close to sleeping flanged heaters is 7.4 W/cm2 . This is suitable for heating
accommodation it has been known for this noise to keep peo- most types of water. Where water conditions are very hard
ple awake at night. or aggressive particularly in respect of desalinated wa-
ter or where chemical solutions are being heated, please
contact our technical department to obtain the correct element
specification.

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CONTROL PANEL
The control panels are bespoke, specific to each project and are designed and manufactured with the highest quality components.
The panels can be supplied with either temperature based, timed or thyristor control as standard. The panels are wired through a
low water switch in the tank to ensure the heaters are not running dry.

Typical Electrical Specification 2A C type single pole MCB for control supply CE
marked and independently tested and approved to
Isolator with compatible door interlocking handle. EN60947 and EN60898 with a breaking capacity of
10KA.
Relays are Finder Fl55340040-8230 or equivalent.
Cable terminals are 10mm rated at A for power.
Enclosure for the control panel is made from sheet
steel with an IP rating of IP69X and is at least Cable terminals are 2.5mm rated at 24A for control.
IP54 once assembled.
Cable terminals are 2.5mm rated at 24A for BMS
MCB D type triple pole CE marked and signals.
independently ested and approved to EN60947
and EN60898 with a breaking capacity of 10 KA. Pilot lamps are 230Vac LED bezel style 22mm with
IP rated seal. Available in various colour options.

Contactor details as per data sheet.

Typical Control Philosophy


Panel is to operate in multi stages through an
independent timer control per stage.

Once there is a demand for heat from the control


thermostat within the immersion heater the first
stage contactor will be energised to give power to
the first stage.

If the heat has not been satisfied after the given time
the timer will bring in stage two.

This continues until heat has been satisfied through


timers two and three until all stages are energised
and/or until heat has been satisfied.

The low temperature relay will be controlled via a


separate thermostat. This is to provide indication
that the vessel is under temperature only.
Control Panel
The low level switch will stop the immersion heaters
from operating until the tank is sufficiently filled with Typical Timed Control Type
water.

The high temperature thermostat has a built in


manual reset facility that will require manual
intervention to reset.

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HEATER BATTERY

U-tubes are the most common heat exchangers used in calorifier manufacturing. Our U-tubes are made with high efficiency tubes,
which are unaffected by thermal expansion to provide optimum levels of reliability. The tubes in the heater batteries are available
in plain copper, making them suitable for both hard and soft water areas. Standard batteries are manufactured using copper
integron tubes. The heater battery is also available in stainless steel AISI 316L offering an hygienic, reliable long life. The heater is
removable for cleaning and inspection purposes. Enough space must be allowed to permit removal of the batteries. If the required
space is not known, assume the distance to be equal to the diameter of the vessel. The standard range of battery duties are based
on a one hour recovery period raising water from 10C to 60C with a primary medium of water at 82C to 71C. Bespoke calorifier
designs are available along with other duties, working pressures and primary mediums. Please contact our sales department for
further details.

Instead of U-tube, spiral tube heat exchanger designs are also available, which offer an alternative cost effective solution.

Primary Side Flow Rate Requirement


Heating load 100 kW.
As per standard primary side temperatures:

Inlet = 820C
Outlet = 710C
Heating Duty = 100 kW
Flow rate = 100/(4.2 x 11)

The selected 'U'-tube will be capable to produce 100 kW


heating duty if there is a primary flow of 2.17 L/s

Heading Heat Transfer Inlet Size Outlet Flange Length


Duty Area Size Size
kW m2 mm mm mm mm
20 1.20 20 20 125 410
30 1.80 25 25 150 565
40 2.40 25 25 150 715
50 3.00 32 32 150 870
60 3.60 32 32 200 725
70 4.20 40 40 200 825
80 4.80 40 40 200 925
90 5.40 40 40 250 695
100 6.00 40 40 250 760
125 7.50 50 50 250 910
150 9.00 50 50 250 1060
200 12.00 65 65 300 1065
250 15.00 65 65 300 1290
300 18.00 80 80 350 1185
400 24.00 80 80 400 1125
500 30.00 100 100 400 1350

Based on HRSFUNKE standard, subject to change

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HRSFUNKE Storage Calorifiers are suitable for both vented and unvented (pressurised) systems. HRSFUNKE offer calorifiers
suitable for both types of systems together with equipment to ensure correct operation.

VENTED SYSTEMS
The calorifiers can either be vented from the secondary flow connection or from a dedicated vent connection to allow air to exit
the calorifier, air to enter the calorifier during drain down, and also thermal expansion of the water when it is heating up. The
vent connection or pipe should never be blocked or valved off. The exception being to vent/bypass valves on multi-calorifier
installations.

UNVENTED SYSTEMS
Unvented systems also known as sealed or pressurised systems are more common in installations than vented systems due to
building regulations. They are also used when it is not practical to fit a vent. For unvented systems additional equipment is
required:

The shell should be designed at a pressure calculated after thermal expansion of the cold water.

Pressure/temperature safety valves should be fitted in case of control failure.

An expansion vessel should be fitted to accommodate the thermal expansion.

A cold feed kit comprising isolating valves, strainer and pressure reducing/regulating valves and check valves should be fitted
to regulate the cold feed pressure and to stop backflow from the calorifier into the cold water system. A booster set may have a
pressure reducing valve fitted as standard on fixed speed pump units.

DIFFERENT MODEL HRSFUNKE CALORIFIERS


HRSFUNKE calorifiers are available in a range of models dependent on the application. Options include electric calorifiers with
electric heaters, single duty calorifiers with U-tube heat exchangers with either boiler or solar systems as the heating source and
double duty calorifiers with electric back up heaters.

Electrical Calorifiers - (EC Series) Storage Calorifier - SC Series Buffer Tank - (BT Series)

Type: EC Series Type: SC Series


Storage Volume: 5000L Type: BT Series
Storage Volume: 5000L Storage Volume: 5000L
Primary Heating Duty: 140 kW
Heating Duty: 135 kW Back up Duty: 60 kW Type of Material: GL
Type of Material: SS Type of Material: CL

Ex: EC/5000/135 - SS Ex: DDC/5000/120/40


Ex: ST/5000 - GL
SC/5000/140/60 - CL

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ACCESSORIES Safety Valve


All hot water application tanks should be fitted with a safety
Thermometer valve to protect the calorifier against the occurance of high
pressure due to control malfunction or incorrect operation.
The thermometer measures the temperature inside the tank We are able to supply a combined pressure/temperature
and is located near to the top to obtain the temperature of relief valve for total protection.
water reaching the outlet to get the secondary side flow
temperature.

Insulation
Supports
The calorifier shell requires thermal insulation to prevent
Our calorifiers are supplied with permanent legs/supports unnecessary heat loss. The calorifier may be standing for
fixed to the shell. hours with hot water and if the tank is inadequately insulated
the stored water will cool down.
Manhole
Our tanks are supplied with compressed 50mm thick CFC
Manholes are supplied to allow for internal inspection of the free polyurethane or mineral wool insulation encased in
tank and heater. The heater can be inspected by removing it stucco aluminium cladding.
from the outside, but the manhole allows inspection without
removal.
Anti-Vacuum Valve
The standard manholes take the form of a flanged neck piece
extending away from the calorifier body. All copper lined calorifiers must be protected against partial
vacuum and ours are fitted with an anti vacuum valve. This
should only be removed during inspection
Anodes
Anodes can be provided based on the shell material or as per
requirement. Normally anodes are supplied with glass lined Control Thermostat
calorifiers to protect the shell from corrosion.
In electric calorifiers the control of the heating depends on
the feedback from the control thermostat so the accuracy of
Magnesium anodes are normally specified and the life time
control depends on the selection of control thermostat. In our
of the anode will depend on the quality of water and should
electric calorifiers the control is either by a number of control
be removed and replaced at regular intervals.
switches located at different levels or by a single temperature
switch which activates the heating process and is continued
by timer control relay in different steps.
High Limit Cut Out
Electric calorifiers are fitted with a high limit cut out to monitor Expansion Vessel
overheating and a manual reset button to restore to original
condition after malfunctioning. Expansion vessels are used with closed hot water and DHW
systems to absorb the excess water pressure caused by
thermal expansion. The expansion vessel is a small tank,
Low Level Switch which is separated into two parts by a rubber diaphragm.
One part is connected to the hot water line and contains
All Electric calorifiers should be fitted with a low level switch water. The other part is the dry side and contains dry air or
above the heater to ensure that it is not running in dry condi- other gases under pressure. During typical operation with
tions, which can damage it. normal pressure the diaphragm will push against the water
inlet, but when the line pressure is exceeded the force
reverses and the diaphragm pushes against the dry side.

Pressure Gauge
A pressure gauge is fitted near to the top of the tank. This is
used to measure the pressure inside the tank during
operation to ensure that it does not exceed the designed
pressure.

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EXPANSION VESSEL
Expansion vessels are used with the closed hot water system and domestic hot water
systems to absorb excess water pressure caused by the thermal expansion. The expansion
vessel are small tanks having two parts isolated by a rubber diaphragm. One part a whole
tank which is connected to the hot water line and so will contain water. The other part is the
dry side which contains dry air or other gases under pressure. During normal working
conditions with normal pressure the diaphragm will push against the water inlet but when the
line pressure is exceeding the force it will reverse and the diaphragm will move comprising
the air on its other side.

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HRSFUNKE TURNKEY SOLUTIONS

STEAM HOT WATER SOLAR WATER HEAT EXCHANGERS


SYSTEM GENERATION PLANT HEATING SYSTEM SKID PACKAGES

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PLATE HEAT HOT WATER STORAGE FLAT PLATE


EXCHANGERS BOILERS CALORIFIERS COLLECTORS

STEAM STEAM PISTON SHELL AND


BOILERS GENERATORS PUMPS TUBES

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