Evinox provide a full system solution - including centralised plant with all elements of the system chosen to work in harmony.
A centralised plant room forms the heart of a Communal or District heating system, delivering energy to each dwelling via a main heating primary circuit. This is in line with latest legislation encouraging centralised plant connected to a heat network, rather than the use of individual heating and hot water systems.
Our ModuSat communal Heating System, connected to a centralised plant room (Energy Centre), allows you to effectively integrate renewable technology and reduce carbon emissions for the building.
Main plant equipment may include any combination of renewable energy sources such as combined heat & power (CHP), biomass, air or ground source heat pumps or solar thermal, combined with top up boiler plant, to further improve performance and energy savings.
Features & Benefits
Download a copy of our Heat Network Design Guide for Communal & District heating systems.
Our prefabricated plant solutions can be designed to suit the specific requirements of the communal or district scheme.
Twin plate heat interface units, providing instantaneous hot water and heating.
Our Planned Preventive Maintenance is a schedule of planned maintenance procedures aimed at the prevention of breakdowns and failure of plant room equipment.
Act now to ensure your district or communal scheme meets with the metering and billing regulations.
A communal or district heating system supplies heat to a number of dwellings from a common heat source. It may comprise of, for example, a system heating a block of apartments or a larger scale system heating many buildings.
Our range of ModuSat® eco-efficient heat interface units (HIU’s) have been designed to provide apartments and communal housing developments with independent fast recovery hot water and high efficiency heating.
We provide various metering & billing solutions for heat networks. These range from data only, through to a Pre-payment system, or a complete remote billing solution using BUS or Ethernet communication to provide the end user with a fully itemised energy bill.