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Pyro waste-heat management system.

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Ulmatec Pyro managing director, Jan Petter Urke. covery systems. Company references as well as automation to run the ? ow- yields a signi? cant reduction in pipe

Central heating are the standouts of world offshore ship- The modern version of that heating control unit for ? uid pumped through the dimensions,” Urke says. Heat recovery ping and include Bourbon Offshore, Ed- system inspired by the war has many inevitable onboard “plumbing”. from high-temperature sources like ex- ison Chouest and the ? eets of Norway- Heat supplies and consumers in the haust gas means parts of a vessel can get uses. The Pyro central heating system based Farstad, Olympic, Subsea 7 and comprises “exhaust gas economizers, system are connected as parallel links high heat if needed. A Pyro tank-heating

DOF Subsea. fuel-? red heaters and heat exchangers” with their own control valves. “That system is one such use, an Ulmatec of-

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