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Supply network

by Linda Bertelsen

The supply network of district heating is a well-engineered system that provides an energy-efficient and sustainable way to heat buildings. Heat exchangers enable the efficient transfer of heat from the water cycle at the production site to the water cycle in the distribution network. Pre-insulated pipes distribute this heat with minimal loss, and pumps and valves control the flow and temperature of the hot water or steam throughout the network. This infrastructure helps reduce energy consumption, greenhouse gas emissions, and the overall environmental impact of heating in urban areas.

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