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.
CPV Ltd, one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of pre-insulated pipes is using its presence at the Nextgen 2015 renewable energy event to showcase the next generation of pipe systems for district heating, cooling and hot water service applications.
Heat Networks: Code of Practice for the UK is the first Code of Practice to be published by CIBSE. It has been produced as a joint project between CIBSE and the Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE).
With the dash to install heat networks gathering apace, the head of one of the UK’s longest serving manufacturers of pre-insulated pipe systems has highlighted a large disparity in the performance of commonly available flexible pipe systems – underlining the significant impact they can have on the operational costs for buried heat network owners.
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.
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