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SPC Heat Pipes
With the ability to transfer heat several thousand
times faster than a copper rod, it is no wonder that
heat pipes are the most effective way to transfer heat.
We supply two types of heat pipes; heat pipes for heat recovery and heat pipes for dehumidification.
Energy-efficient thermal superconductors with no moving parts, our heat pipes are able to easily
transfer heat energy across small temperate gradients. Whilst we usually charge the pipes with
refrigerants such as R134A, we now also offer water as an alternative in our latest heat pipe models.
Heat pipes for heat recovery
Wherever air is mechanically supplied and
removed there’s an opportunity to install an
energy-saving heat pipe.
Heat energy in waste air is valuable and with a
heat pipe, you can recover most of it for free.
The principle is simple: the heat pipe extracts the
heat from the waste air stream and adds it to the
incoming stream instead. The effectiveness of this
process can be as high as 75 percent with minimal
set-up and running costs.
These heat pipes are often used in public buildings
such as educational establishments, hospitals,
swimming pools and supermarkets.
Heat pipes for dehumidification
These wrap-around heat pipes enhance the performance of dehumidifiers and improve the
quality of the air when applied to HVAC. They can also double the amount of moisture removed by
an air conditioner’s cooling coil depending on the conditions of the environment.
Heat pipes are available in two options:
• Water heat pipes – available at commercial prices, these heat pipes use water rather than refrigerant as their working fluid
• Refrigerant heat pipes – a popular choice that has been used for many years, these pipes provide significant energy saving benefits.
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