A typical steam tracing system using ThermOmegaTech’s® thermostatic steam trap valves can expect to save at least $354 per valve, per year.
After the successful CircuitSolver® installation, St. Elizabeth Healthcare Edgewood now has access to an on demand hot water supply in all wings, on every floor, at every fixture.
Hot water is now available throughout the entire main pavilion on demand.
Soon after startup, the facility was supplied with hot water throughout the building without any balancing procedures.
The system is efficiently delivering hot water to over 70 fixtures, of which include showers, sinks, safety showers and mop basins.
Residents are more than pleased with hot water delivery times after the installation. Units with wait times of multiple minutes saw a dramatic reduction, fixtures now reached proper temperature in 20-30 seconds.
After testing a preliminary unit for more than a year, the regional rail operator installed 186 1” GURU PC®’s with heater assemblies […] and the project manager commented that since the installation there have been no freeze-ups.
The Therm-O-Mix® Station was selected […] to promote overall conformity of safety equipment and procedures. Installation of 26 integrated units is currently underway at the facility and will be completed by the end of 2019.”
ThermOmegaTech‘s engineers worked one-on-one with the customer, overcoming roadblocks to design a solution that satisfied all the project’s requirements […] After successful prototype testing, the customer implemented this custom thermal bypass valve into hundreds of military vehicles.
We could not use a seal before because we could not allow more than a couple gallons an hour of water to the drain. Your valve dramatically decreases the water usage and as a result reduces the amount we send to drain.
We needed consistent hot water for sanitation and we really liked the cartridge technology. The washdown stations were easy to install and run effectively.