A leading British district heating pipe system manufacturer, CPV Ltd, has installed a brand new pipe coiling machine at its Hampshire manufacturing base to help meet the increasing demand for the Hiline Flex pre-insulated PEX pipe system.
Following the successful launch earlier this year of its new Hiline Flex pre-insulated PEX pipe system, CPV Ltd, the UK’s longest-serving manufacturer of district heating pipe systems, has announced a selection of new optional services that will make the on-site installation process even easier.
After campaigning for the development of industry-wide standards for district heating networks in the UK, Mark Whettall, managing director of CPV Ltd is calling upon his industry colleagues to ensure that they fully-engage with the consultation process in response to the recently-published draft Code of Practice by the Combined Heat and Power Association (CHPA) and CIBSE.
In response to the government’s drive to decarbonise the nation’s heating supplies, British manufacturer CPV Ltd has unveiled a brand new pre-insulated pipe system for use in district heating applications.
In a quest for the lowest-possible construction costs, developers and operators of district heating networks are missing out on significant levels of operational savings –both monetary and carbon-related.
A leading manufacturer of district heating pipe systems has highlighted its serious concern at the growing sector’s apparent lack of awareness in the effects that thermal expansion has on pre-insulated pipe networks. If ignored, the company is warning that systems will fail and this will risk damaging the faith placed in the resurgent technology by DECC’s heat strategy.
CPV Limited - one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of pre-insulated pipe systems for district heating applications - is close to completing a brand new training centre that is set to boost the number of qualified installers of district heating pipe systems in the UK.
A director of CPV Ltd, a UK manufacturer of district heating pipe systems – has called for an end to the way in which the Renewables Obligation is incentivising electricity producers to use biomass fuels in inefficient, conventional power stations – effectively squandering the waste heat produced.
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