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isowell

isowell är ett flexibelt längdsvetsat spiralkorrugerat HYDRA® rostfritt stålrör som är särskilt väl lämpat för sekundära ledningsnät, där det föreligger höga krav för tryck och temperatur.

isowell-rören består av ett rostfritt stålrör och ett PE-LLD-mantelrör, som via den flexibla polyuretanisoleringen är sammangjutna till en fast enhet. Rören är självkompenserande – ett flexibelt alternativ till styva rör vid anslutning.

Det längsgående vattentäta kompositsystemet är certifierat i enlighet med EN 15632-4, FW 420.

För att undvika diffusion av cellgas innehåller de flexibla isowell-rören ≤ ø50 en diffusionsspärr. Diffusionsspärren säkerställer att det flexibla röret har konstant låga värmeförluster under hela rörets livstid.

 

Larmsystem

Om du vill kunna övervaka fjärrvärmesystemet elektroniskt, kan isoplus stålrör levereras med två ingjutna koppartrådar för anslutning till larmsystem.

Användning

Fjärrvärme, fjärrkyla, solvärme, närvärme, kylning, industri

 

Medierör: rostfritt stål
Mantelrör: bimodalt – PE-LLD
Isolering: polyuretanskum

Böjningsradie på 900 mm
Max. drifttemperatur: 140°C
Max. kontinuerlig drifttemperatur: 120°C

Mått: ø25-50 mm
Max. drifttryck: 25 bar
Leveranslängd: 150-250 m

Mått: ø65-150 mm
Max. drifttryck: 16 bar
Leveranslängd: 30-128 m

Hos isoplus kan du alltid få kvalificerad rådgivning från projektets start till rörsystemet är installerat.

Vi kan hjälpa till projektering, dimensioneringmuffemontering och installation av larmsystem.

Läs mer om isoplus service & support.

Referenser

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