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Stokvis Energy Systems

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  • How to improve commercial boiler efficiency
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    Within the commercial market today, approximately 70% of boilers with outputs of 30kW and above are wall-hung. Whether these modern condensing boilers actually deliver higher efficiencies than their old counterparts is...
  • Flexible, efficient and safe - plate heat exchangers
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    Paul Sands of Stokvis Energy Systems examines the advantages offered by plate heat exchangers. From modern leisure centres and industrial premises requiring very large quantities of hot water, to rambling old hotels and...
  • Technological advances in boiler manufacturing
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    Technological advances have increased the efficiency of commercial boilers to the extent that established, well-proven technology ensures high efficiency and reliable performance. However, that does not mean the industry is...
  • Solar thermal water heating in the leisure sector
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    The Carbon Trust: "Solar water heating can be very effective for swimming pools and is relatively easy to connect to a conventional heating system." Energy costs in a typical sports centre are second only to labour,...
  • Increasing heating efficiency with plate heat exchangers
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    This article by Paul Sands, Director of Stokvis Energy Systems, discusses how using modern modulating low water content gas boilers in combination with compact modulating low water content plate heat exchangers can meet hot...
  • District heating systems for housing association homes
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    Paul Sands of Stokvis Energy Systems reflects on the reasons social housing landlords are returning to the use of centralised heating systems. In recent years our social housing sector has ‘rediscovered' an appetite for...
  • Plate heat exchangers for commercial applications
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    A hot water system using a plate heat exchanger (PHE) heats water instantaneously and only when required, making it intrinsically energy-efficient. Calorifiers and direct-fired water heaters are less reliable and can empty...