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One of the longest running plumbing design challenges has been a fundamental one; put simply, electrical components and water are an inefficient combination. Even in the best possible system, coils that come in contact with water begin to scale – causing an immediate deterioration in the life of a water heating system and its efficiency. In this session, attendees learn how to minimize scale problems in plumbing design through indirect water heating. By removing the direct contact between coils and water, both engineers and building contractors can extend equipment lifetimes and take energy efficiency to the next level.

  • Coils and Water Don't Mix Well: Avoiding Scale Build up In Mechanical Plumbing System Design
    Larry Linkens
    Product contains: recorded presentation, slides (PDF format), audio (mp3 format)

 

Citation: ASHRAE Seminar Recording, 2011 Winter Conference, Las Vegas, NV