- Working Temp: -20°C / +40°C
- Operating Pressure: 16 bar
- Available in Uno
- An energy and cost-effective system for district cooling
- An insulated pipe system for district cooling, cold water and waste water pipelines with an inner pipe of polyethylene (PE100) and an insulation of CO2 blown polyurethane (PUR)
- Suitable for operating temperatures from 20 °C to +40 °C* and for pressure up to PN16
- A system for main lines, distribution lines and house connections in district and local cooling networks for connection to geothermal sources and the insulated transport of cold water
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Flexwell district heating cable ® (FHK) is a pipe system that offers a high level of safety thanks to its double-walled design (with metal inner and outer pipes) and its integrated monitoring system.
Pipes laid underground with heat insulation can be equipped with operational monitoring systems.
- to monitor the heat insulation for external moisture
- to identify leaks due to damage to the outer pipe
- to identify leaks due to damage to the inner pipe, for conductive media
This pipe - which is laid directly in the ground - has proven its merits in practice for more than 40 years in a wide range of very extreme conditions.
- difficult pipeline conditions
- pipes below/inside buildings
- low clearance/coverage heights
- installation in protective pipes
Installation times are very short compared to the time required to lay and assemble a conventional double-walled pipe - so the FHK solution is not only technically perfect but also highly cost-effective.
Mechanical connector with external/internal thread or weld end. The screw-on connector compresses a graphite seal to make sure a completely tightness.
- DN 25 DN 100, material: special steel/steel
- Pressure: PN 16
- PE-weldable connector
- A suitable welding appliance is required
- Simple screwed connector that does not require a special tool
- Available with external thread, as a pipe coupling, T- joint or in steel with a weld end
- Simple connector using the clamping method