Rapid Energy has launched heating and hot water recovery plans for the industrial and commercial sectors.
Created to drastically mitigate heating and hot water down time, businesses can now effectively plan for the worst. Three heating recovery options have been established by the team at Rapid.
Each plan takes into account different requirements and circumstances that a business might find itself in. Ageing boiler plants with long ETAs on critical parts are particularly at risk of experiencing boiler failure, possibly leading to long periods of down time.
How does it work?
A critical element to each of the heating and hot water recovery plans is a thorough site survey. This provides vital information that needs to be established: for example, the landing location of the temporary boiler, access points, the flow and return length and health and safety considerations.
A disaster recovery plan is created and agreed by all parties. The company recommends that each plan is revisited and checked every six months, to ensure it is kept up to date and relevant. Some options offer customers the ability to ringfence the required temporary boiler and equipment. Effectively meaning that access to that equipment is guaranteed throughout the length of the recovery plan, says Rapid.
Packaged boiler plant room options
Temporary boiler capacities start from 150 kW rising to the largest packaged boiler in our fleet at 2000 kW (2 MW). Boilers are housed in a robust, weather proof and secure steel container. Each boiler is highly efficient, using state of the art components from Viessman, Riello, Grundfos and Previa.
Boilers can be hired utilising three fuel options: gas, oil and a sustainable fuel option, Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil (HVO).
Remote monitoring and fuel management is provided as standard during the hire period, giving users peace of mind that important adjustments can be made very quickly without the need of dispatching an engineer.