Lipman air source heating station for central heating, mainly used in residential areas, office buildings, hospitals, schools and other large areas of heating, refrigeration and hot water demand, how much is the operating cost? How about the heating effect? We will show the air source heat pump heating station selection and installation solutions through examples
Wenjing Nanli heating station project
1: Project overview
Qinhuangdao Wenjing Nanli heating renovation project in 1992
Residential building area: 6372 M2
Construction area of activity center: 512 M2
Canteen building area: 100 m2
Villa area: 550 M2
Area of guard room and garage: 100 m2
Total construction area: 7634 M2
2: Problems in heating system
Wenjing Nanli is an old community built in 1992. It was originally located at the end of municipal pipe network, and the end was heated by old cast iron radiator. The heating effect was not good. In order to meet the indoor temperature demand and reduce energy consumption, it is necessary to transform the district heating and energy saving. Considering the factors of investment, operation cost, operation management and building beauty, Lipman air source heat pump central heating scheme is adopted.
3: Central heating operation mode
The project adopts Lipman air source cloud photoelectric heating operation platform, equipped with axsupervisor system, to conduct "centralized" heating for the community, which also marks that China's first "Internet + renewable energy" heating station is networking operation.
Lipman air source cloud photoelectric heating operation platform uses computer terminal to collect and analyze data on demand, which can remotely control the heating station. The cloud optical power operation platform replaces many distributed systems, data island and information island. We want to provide real-time data for the management center to provide data and technical support for the owner's self-control and energy conservation, energy management and terminal decision-making, so as to meet the requirements of the heating Management Center for green, environmental protection and energy conservation.