Water heaters with tank are suitable solutions for hospitals, sports arenas, hotels, apartment blocks and similar large buildings. The product range covers storage and charge systems which all combine the demand for high-performance, comfort, hygiene and resource-efficient operation. The systems can be combined with a second or multiple DHW storage tanks for optimum tailoring to on-site conditions, available with ready-to-mount piping.
How does a storage water heater work?
A storage water heater operates by releasing hot water from the top of the tank when the hot water tap is turned on. To replace that hot water, cold water enters the bottom of the tank, ensuring that the tank is always full.
Our storage charging systems feature these two functions:
- Storage Charging System - Due to the high-efficiency heating surface of the plate heat exchanger, the ThermoDual® systems obtain low return temperatures in the total operating sequence of a storage recharge, thereby resulting in reduced required volume flow rate. This means economical operation and makes the systems highly suited for application in district heating networks as well as in connection with condensing boilers.
- Anti-legionella System - The Danfoss domestic hot water system ThermoClean® provides an additional effective solution for legionella-free domestic hot water production. ThermoClean® systems operate according to the principles of thermal disinfection, ensuring that the reaction temperature in the system is maintained at a constant temperature of 70°C. This provides effective protection against legionella bacteria in the domestic hot water system.
Features and benefits
Low return temperatures in the total operating sequence of a storage recharge, reduced required volume flow rate.
Highly suited for application in district heating networks as well as in connection with condensing boilers.
Special system with additional effective anti legionella function for domestic hot water production.
Electronic control gives you excellent operating economy.
Find more technical information about Legiomin®.
Find more technical information about MH-Multiheat 2-Step storage charging system, brazed
ThermoClean® TC-C and TC-DL
Find more technical information about TC-C ThermoClean® combi antilegionella system, brazed and TC-DL and ThermoClean® DL antilegionella system, brazed .
ThermoDual CM, TD-S, LM-S and TD-GS
Find more technical information about ThermoDual® CM storage charging system, brazed or gasketed (TD-CM and TD-CMG); ThermoDual® CM circulation system, brazed (TD-CIRC); and ThermoDual® storage charging system with tank, brazed and gasketed (TD-S, LM-S, TD-GS).
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Inside the instructions and manual guide you can find the following:
- technical data for station (component list, Flow Chart, main data, HEX calculation e.g.)
- safety notes
- commissioning notes
- service requirements
- information’s about transport, hauling e.g.
- contact persons
These information are available for you in the sales contract (see order confirmation) and/or official price list.
It means that substation fulfils all requirements for placement inside European market acc. related rules/directives e.g.
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