Tanks for Cogeneration and District Heating plants
District heating is a form of heating that essentially consists of the distribution of hot or superheated water coming from a large production plant to houses and subsequent return to the plant through a network of buried, insulated pipes.
For that to be possible, the hot water (coming out of the plant or returning from the houses) must be stored in large tanks (insulated with mineral wool or polyethylene panels and then covered in steel or aluminium sheets), which maintain the temperature.
This is where Cavalzani Green operates, building these tanks with its own equipment and workers, always working in absolute safety and with full respect for the contractually defined commitments and time frame.
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