Cold supply

District cooling is becoming increasingly important in the world. The basic principle of the regional district cooling is similar to the principle of regional centralized heating. The production and consumption of cooling can be separated in space. It makes sense, when the cooling is effectively carried out through a centralized system, not in the individual system.

There are two main forms of centralized cooling systems:

  • Heat in existing district heating networks is transported to the consumers, and then subsequently is converted to cold.
  • Cold is produced centrally and transported to the consumers on special networks of cooling.

The primary temperature range of cooling networks ranges from 6 to 12°C. However, it can also be transported to the environment for cooling with extremely low temperatures in special solutions which are used in the manufacture of chemical reagents.

The company «Isoplus» supplies both components for district heating networks and special products for cooling. If you are using flexible piping systems the cost of laying can be reduced. The use of rigid piping systems is recommended, mainly, for larger pumping pipelines. Excellent insulation properties of rigid polyurethane foam in combination with appropriate technology are the guarantee for safe and reliable solutions.