June 2012. Wheeling, Illinois
The Indeck Group of Companies is excited to be participating in the #103rd annual International District Energy Association’s (IDEA) Cooler, Cleaner Cities conference in Chicago. The District Energy Conference, to be held at Hyatt Chicago from June 29-July 2nd, will focus on optimal solutions for a flexible energy foundation for America’s cities. Indeck will be exhibiting at the Hyatt Regency Chicago’s Riverside East #95.
Indeck’s unique hot water boiler also known as a High Temperature Hot Water Generator (HTHW) in the IBW International-Lamont® design an efficient and reliable option for municipality or university district heating plants. Indeck’s IBW International-Lamont HTHW can produce hot water with large temperature differentials between supply and return. These hot water boilers are often located in a central plant which then distributes energy throughout the campus or district facilities.
According to David Smith, Indeck Sales Manager, “The IBW International-Lamont ® High Temperature Hot Water generator with design capacities up to 200,000,000 BTU/hr is the ideal solution for district plants. Its proprietary design minimizes stresses and fatigue failure caused by thermally induced stress cycling, even with large temperature differentials. Indeck can build to suit to a plant’s specific requirements. We have worked with cities and universities throughout the United States and Canada to provide some of the most efficient high temp hot water production available.”
Indeck also designs and manufactures, water tube shop assembled or modular boilers consisting of D, O and A style furnace configurations in addition to biomass stoker fired boilers, heat recovery steam generators, waste heat boilers, rental boilers, aftermarket services and spare parts. Through the use of Indeck equipment in district heating and cooling, today’s communities, municipalities, airports, military bases, casinos and universities can indeed achieve optimal benefits: energy efficiency, environmental protection, fuel flexibility along with decreased life-cycle and building capital costs. With locations in both the United States and Canada and the ability to design and build equipment to specification, Indeck is equipped to handle the needs of district power plants in North America. To find out more about the Indeck HTHW generator, contact Indeck at 800-446-3325.