HUBER ThermWin® System supplies clean energy for heating and cooling the museum
A special structure was built to enable the wastewater to be extracted from the sewer. Now, up to 70 l wastewater per second can be extracted. The coarse solids are removed from the wastewater in a HUBER Pumping Stations Screen ROTAMAT® RoK4. The pre-clarified water is pumped to two HUBER Heat Exchanger RoWin units.
Due to the heat exchanger operation in combination with the heat pump, either heat is extracted from the wastewater and introduced into the building (for heating) or heat is extracted from the building and introduced into the wastewater (for cooling). The slightly cooled down or heated wastewater is finally returned to the sewer together with the previously separated solids.
HUBER supplies for the museum of Bavarian history a ThermWin® system with a heat output of 2 x 280 kW and a cooling capacity of 2 x 500 kW. The HUBER Heat Exchanger RoWin units are self-cleaning systems with very low maintenance requirements. For easy positioning of the equipment inside the building, the heat exchangers will be delivered as flanged units and assembled on site.
The HUBER ThermWin® System is part of the museum's innovative concept for the use of the energetic potential of renewable energy sources. Such an energy source is also the wastewater in our cities. With its ThermWin System HUBER has developed a solution that reliable provides access to the energy resource wastewater.