Heating of production halls

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1. OBJECTIVE


In several industries, energy is needed to heat up the production halls, especially during winter months. Depending on the type and the size of the industry, large amounts of heat can be consumed.


2. FIELD OF APPLICATION


Heating of production halls is carried out in a wide range of industries, including chemicals, foodstuffs, minerals, paper, textiles and many others.


3. DESCRIPTION OF TECHNIQUES, METHODS AND EQUIPMENT


Heating of production halls can be achieved in different ways, depending on the heat needs of the unit. For small-scale production halls, heat exchangers in the form of heat radiators can provide adequate energy transfer. For larger-scale production halls, air conditioning units can be used to increase the temperature level in the production halls.


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4. RELEVANT PARAMETERS TO ENERGY


  • Temperature
  • Medium
  • Space dimensions


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