heating supply in Spandau ensuredover the winter months
To secure the district heating supply for the Spandau district, Vattenfall uses two hot water boilers at the Reuter West Kraftwerk in Berlin over the cold season. The DK1164 and TICK rental boiler plants together provide approx. 30 MW of heating capacity. Admixing pumps raise the return temperature at each individual boiler, as this is relatively low due to the network. This prevents condensation of the flue gases in the boiler, and also reduces thermal stresses in the boilers, as they can thus be operated with a lower spread (temperature difference between supply and return). Both boiler plants are approved for mobile use.
Despite the need for heavy transport, both plants were erected and commissioned in a short time. Both units can be used for hot water as well as for steam operation. rental steam boiler TICK (and its identical brother TRICK) with its 11 MW or 16.3 t/h can also supply superheated steam up to approx. 300 °C at approx 18 bar.
Pictures of the project at the Berlin Kraftwerk Reuter West
"TICK" and "DK1164" systems
Vattenfall is a European energy company with around 20,000 employees. For more than 100 years, the energy company has provided energy to homes, commercial and industrial customers, modernizing the way we live through innovation and collaboration. The company is determined to make fossil-free living possible within a generation. Together with its partners, Vattenfall GmbH is taking responsibility for finding new and sustainable ways to electrify transport, industry and our heat and power generation.
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