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Evinox Energy Eco-efficient HIUs tested by BSRIA

Evinox Energy is pleased to share the results of tests conducted by the Building Services Research and Information Association (BSRIA) on its range of ModuSat heat-interface units (HIUs).

The objective of the testing was to establish the performance of Evinox’s HIUs against best-practice recommendations in the CIBSE Heat Network CP1. The results showed that Evinox’s ModuSat units have the ability to achieve a large Delta T of up to 65 degrees and deliver a low system return temperature. This ensures that the heat network operates at peak efficiency.

These results demonstrate that in all tests Evinox HIUs surpass the benchmark requirements set out in the CIBSE Heat Network Code of Practice, for both duty and return temperature performance.

Testing was conducted in accordance with BS EN 1148:1999 Heat Exchangers – Water-to-water heat exchangers for district heating: Test procedures for establishing the performance data. BS EN 1148:1999 establishes uniform methods to test and ascertain performance characteristics and pressure drop for plate-type heat exchangers, including stipulating acceptance limits.

Evinox Energy chose to have testing conducted by BSRIA in accordance with British Standards to ensure integrity and reliability of results. These tests demonstrate its continued commitment to the development of quality, high-efficiency products and its desire to meet and exceed clients’ requirements.

Please contact Evinox Energy for a copy of the full report.

evinoxresidential.co.uk

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