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Continuously supply hot water, on demand, with this system

By Chemical Engineering |

The EasiHeat DHW is a new heat exchanger that incorporates SIMS (Spirax Intelligent Monitoring System) to deliver a constant supply of hot water at a stable temperature on demand — even with sudden, wide load changes. The unit can handle process hot-water applications of up to 4 million Btu. EasiHeat DHW comes with a new control system that enables monitoring, diagnostics and status communications. A 7-in. touchscreen provides visspirax wordcloudual access to data, detailing how and where energy is consumed, leading to more informed energy-management decisions and increased efficiency, says the company. With SIMS technology, systems are compatible for connection to existing proprietary networks and can interact with Ethernet and Modbus systems, as well as Profibus, CANopen, EtherCAT, DeviceNet and more. — Spirax Sarco, Inc., Blythewood, S.C.

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