Pennsylvania DCNR seeks renewable fuel to fire a district hydronic heating system, Part 2

Pennsylvania DCNR seeks renewable fuel to fire a district hydronic heating system, Part 2

Part 2 of this Hydronic Heating System article covers: What makes up the pressurized side of the heat exchanger. A field analysis of the different fuel sources.

PINE GROVE, PA. — On the pressurized side of the heat exchanger, insulated pipes drop into a covered manhole in the floor of the mechanical room. From here, water heads to the buildings. There are three Rehau radiant manifolds throughout the shop, and seven radiant manifolds located in the office building across the parking lot about 300-ft. away. 

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