Webinar by Logstor and COWI: The right choice of pre-insulated pipe systems
To make the right of pre-insulated pipe systems is a challenging task. Challenging because you have to include more important angles in your evaluation:
All these parameters have to be integrated in your choice of pre-insulated pipe systems and you have to calculate different scenarios with different assumptions before you can make your final choice.
New trend in district heating network design? Thomas Østergaard, Market Director, COWI A/S
Designing a district heating network has evolved over time depending on country, traditions, heat sources and other partly undefined circumstances… But today we see some other general trends. Climate, CO2 reduction, environment are global factors that influence our decisions. What are the trends for future district heating networks - and how should we begin to act as planners and engineers? Our choices will have an impact for many years - so why not try to take the right ones!
Total Cost of Ownership perspective, Product & Academy Manager Peter Jorsal, LOGSTOR
When the hydraulic design is in place, we have to optimize the solution to achieve the lowest cost over the lifetime of the system – Total Cost of Ownership. Should the choice be Twin Pipe or single pipe; which insulation thickness; different type of pipes with different heat loss properties? Define the assumptions and calculate different scenarios of the same project. At the same time, think about the future asset management when choosing products and installation methods.
Total Cost of Installation perspective, Product & Academy Manager Peter Jorsal, LOGSTOR
What is the consequence if you evaluate only on lowest cost of installation? Can you with focus on Total Cost on Installation still be helped in the right direction of Total Cost of Ownership?
UK market view on Total Cost of Ownership / UK Guidelines, Managing Director Chris Hill, LOGSTOR UK Ltd
UK is an expanding market for District Heating solutions. In the “UK code of practice” it is described that life cycle cost evaluation shall be included when choosing the system. An example of this is seen in objective 3.6 of the CP1 Heat Networks Code of Practice “to achieve a low-cost network – optimisation of routes and pipe sizing for minimum life cycle cost”.