In response to climate change concerns, more and more countries have started to use a system called District Energy to supply heat and cooling through a network of insulated pipelines. District heating is an underground infrastructure asset where thermal energy is provided to multiple buildings from a central energy plant or plants. Steam or hot water produced at the plant is transmitted 24/7 through highly insulated underground thermal piping networks. The thermal energy is transferred to the building’s heating system, avoiding the need for boilers in individual buildings. Similarly, insulated pipe is also employed for cooling systems.
With over 25 years of experience in district heating and cooling system, the Advance Technology Team provides different solutions to our clients for improving the life cycle of the insulated system.
MAIN PIPELINE INSULATION PERFORMANCE SOLUTIONS
INSULATION SOLUTIONS FOR FIELD JOINT COATING
INSULATION SOLUTIONS FOR PIPELINE FITTINGS
THERMAL INSULATION SOLUTIONS