Inertial stratified tank
The PS and PSR series stratified buffer tanks allow to store thermal energy to cope with withdrawals characterized by variable trends without this affecting the efficiency of the heat generators.
They are combined tanks suitable for the production of domestic hot water, with external exchanger, and for inertial storage for the heating system.
They can be connected to central heating systems, solar systems with forced circulation and fitted with further integration systems.
This tank increases system capacity and improves the durability of refrigeration equipment connected to it by reducing the number of starts of the same machines.
The innovative solar storage PS - PSR
it offers very high yields thanks to its performing components.
- Internal tank in carbon steel untreated
- Septum layering
- Isolation coppella PU Rigid
- Covered with colorful sky
- High number of possible hydraulic connections
- Exchanger coil fixed lower (PSR)
- Large lower coil carbon steel (PSR)
Accumulations inertial and heat pumps
The generators in the heat pump must always be combined with inertial storage tanks to reduce power cycles and ensure high SCOP.
To take advantage of the heat pumps with a COP higher must be used terminal units in low temperature and you have to lower the production of DHW temperature.
The PS and PSR accumulations allow combining the inertial volume and DHW into a single reservoir and with the many attacks can enter hot water to different levels depending on whether the heat pump is working in heating mode or hot water.
solar systems with inertial storage tanks
The energy of solar heating systems can be exploited both for the production of domestic hot water and for heating integration.
These plants require generous exchange surfaces to the coil as occurs in the PSR accumulations.
To increase the yield of solar systems is important to maintain good stratification of the water in function of its thermal level: the attacks of the PSR accumulations along with the presence of the stratification septum make it possible
Accumulations inertial and biomass generators
The heat generators with biomass produce thermal energy for heating and for hot water.
Depending on the operation of the generator type can be discontinuous and the presence of accumulation reduces power cycles ensuring high seasonal average returns.
The accumulation volume required depends on the type of the power generator, automatic or manual type, but it is never less than 20 l per kW rated power of the generator.
Features and Models
SERP. lower the
|PS 500||489 l||-||-||95°C|
|PS 800||732 l||-||-||95°C|
|PS 1000||1000 l||-||-||95°C|
|PS 1500||1449 l||-||-||95°C|
|PS 2000||2054 l||-||-||95°C|
|PS 3000||2959 l||-||-||95°C|
|PSR 500||489 l||1,8||10,4||95°C|
|PSR 800||732 l||2,6||14,6||95°C|
|PSR 1000||1000 l||3,8||14,6||95°C|
|PSR 1500||1449 l||3,8||21,6||95°C|
|PSR 2000||2054 l||3,8||21,6||95°C|