LoadTracker CHP TechnicalSpecifications

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SAV Systems supplies clusters of CHP Units called LoadTracker: up to 5 Combined Heat & Power units, representing a range of 15-75 kW(e) and 30-150 kW(th). Read more on http://www.sav-systems.com/loadtracker-combined-heat-an d-power-(chp).

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Load Tracker CHP Specifications EC Power is SAV Systems’ chosen partner for CHP. We were attracted to their award-winning LoadTracker CHP because of the flexibility it offers to make Cogeneration work well in a wide range of applications.

LoadTracker CHP Technical Specifications :

LoadTracker CHP Technical Specifications LoadTracker background and CHP Technical Specifications EC Power started off in 1994. Backed by serious R & D funding from energy giant Statoil, a series of high performance Combined Heat and Power Units were developed. These have since benefited from a programme of continuous improvement. The XRGI 15G CHP unit was launched in 2008, and has done well in European markets. As from 2012, the XRGI 20 has been added to the product range.

LoadTracker CHP Technical Specifications :

LoadTracker CHP Technical Specifications In early 2009, EC Power formed a joint venture with SAV Systems United Kingdom Ltd. This enterprise has enabled the technical strength of EC Power to be combined with the practical expertise and service-led approach of SAV. There are over 150 LoadTracker combined heat and power installations that are up and running in the UK.

LoadTracker CHP Technical Specifications:

LoadTracker CHP Technical Specifications LoadTracker CHP Units are powered by a Toyota gas engine of proven reliability. It is designed for low maintenance and operates for 8,000 hours between services (for the XRGI 15G) or 6,000 hours (for the XRGI 20). The generator can modulate output down to 40% of maximum; this is very significant to continuing Combined Heat and Power operations during periods of low electric demand.

LoadTracker CHP Technical Specifications:

LoadTracker CHP Technical Specifications The CHP heat exchanger circuits are arranged to maintain flow water at constant temperature (usually 80C), regardless of return temperature. This makes for steadier operation. Every LoadTracker CHP unit comes with a thermal storage vessel, and the contents of this are kept as close as possible to flow temperature. When site demand falls away, hot water is diverted to build up unused storage volume. This means that LoadTracker CHP thermal storage is highly effective in dealing with peaks in site demand .

CHP and carbon footprints :

CHP and carbon footprints Buildings account for nearly half of the UK’s carbon emissions, and domestic housing accounts for around 27% of the UK total. Action to reduce this pollution continues through Building Codes and Regulations. The use of combined heat and power within district heating systems is a good example of this - it can produce large benefits. The Code for Sustainable Homes (CSH) awards 6 possible ratings (or levels of attainment) for dwellings. These are strongly influenced by the expected energy and CO₂ emissions. Determination of Level is also related to the %age improvement in the benchmark Dwelling Emission Rate (DER) which can be achieved by the use of low carbon technologies like Combined Heat and Power.

Domestic Combined Heat and Power :

Domestic Combined Heat and Power By incorporating combined heat and power in community heating schemes, a rating of CSH Level 3 is eminently achievable. This Level has been mandatory in the public sector for 2 years, prior to being applied to housing in the private sector as from April 2010. As moves towards a Low/Zero Carbon economy continue in future, consultants will in due course have to consider the implications of designing to Level 6.

Working with SAP and BREEAM on CHP assessments :

Working with SAP and BREEAM on CHP assessments SAV do not act as SAP or BREEAM assessors as such. However, there have been fruitful exchanges between SAV and accredited SAP and BREEAM assessors on numerous district heating CHP projects. Such discussion helps consultants to get the best possible carbon reductions from LoadTracker . On a series of 16 school projects that SAV contributed to in the previous year, carbon reductions of between 12 – 25% were estimated for Load Tracker Combined Heat and Power systems. The equivalent figure for 29 care home projects was 9% – 24%.

Working with SAP and BREEAM on CHP assessments:

Working with SAP and BREEAM on CHP assessments Regardless of project type, SAV’s CHP consultants have built up wide-ranging expertise to help with the assessment of CO₂ reduction. Regional weather profiles, property type benchmarking and typical load patterns are all used to provide CHP system carbon footprint reduction estimates that are grounded, thorough and clearly explained.

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To find out more about LoadTracker CHP, please contact SAV Systems on the details below or by using the Contact Us page. We'll send you the LoadTracker CHP Design Guide to help you identify whether CHP is suitable for your project. Next we'll provide you with a sample CHP assessment for your type of project, and a proforma enquiry spreadsheet if you'd like to take things further. We look forward to hearing from you!

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Read more about SAV’s CHP Systems on http://www.sav-systems.com/loadtracker-chp-technical-specifications

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