Marine Heat Exchangers
Marine Heat Exchangers Water from the harbour is used for the pre-conditioning of shops, restaurants, working areas and special rooms as well as contributing to the ventilation of common areas and the car park. The system works by collecting sea water using 4 extraction pumps which is delivered to the engine room situated in the basement floor of the building and passed through a heat exchanger. This system will supply or absorb the heat from the condensate seawater circuit depending on the building energy demand. Average operational conditions. to: navigation, search Marine heat exchangers, using sea water, have been used extensively on ships. Their use in coastal buildings to assist with air conditioning and heating is becoming more common.