District heating and cooling are particularly advantageous when decentralised production of this energy is not possible or does not make sense. This applies for example for use of regenerative energies such as biomass and geothermal or use of waste heat from engines in large CHP (combined heat and power) systems. thermowave plate heat exchangers provide for efficient distribution of energy in this case also owing to small temperature differences.
- Powerline plates facilitate temperature differences of up to 1 K
- High corrosion resistance
- Range of highly resistant plate and gasket materials are available