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Steam Specialist

Commercial & Institutional

Our services help clients looking to optimize their energy use in the commercial and institutional sectors.

Whether you’re the Chief Engineer, a Planner, or Facilities Manager, if your job involves technical building services or energy supply systems, you rely on quality products to supply and remove heat and cold as and when necessary. Distributed solutions for heat production, for instance, which can be generated using fossil fuels, fuels from renewable resources, or from waste heat represent an important instrument for achieving climate protection targets.

Reyco Sales is a subject matter expert with in-depth knowledge of heat transfer solutions, engineered products, and energy conservation strategies to help you succeed in achieving your goals.

 

Did You Know?
Consider Installing High-Pressure Boilers with Backpressure Turbine-Generators

When specifying a new boiler, consider a high-pressure boiler with a backpressure steam turbine-generator placed between the boiler and the steam distribution network. The turbine does not consume steam. Instead, it simply reduces the pressure. In essence, the turbogenerator serves the same steam function as a pressure-reducing valve (PRV)—it reduces steam pressure—but uses the pressure drop to produce highly valued electricity in addition to the low-pressure steam. The economics depends on the steam consumption rate in the plant.

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Success Stories
Heat Exchanger Helps Langley Memorial Hospital Keep the Domestic Hot Water Flowing

Langley Memorial Hospital is a government-funded acute care facility in the Township of Langley British Columbia that is owned and operated by Fraser Health Authority.

Precision Equipment Improves Air Handling Unit

The Royal Columbian Hospital is the oldest hospital in the Canadian province of British Columbia and one of the busiest in the Fraser Health Authority. Royal Columbian Hospital is a major tertiary care facility known for trauma care, neurosurgery, and open-heart surgery...