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Холодоснабжение и забота о природе

Централизованное холодоснабжение - наиболее эффективный и экологичный путь охлаждения зданий. Уникальный эффект охлаждения от централизованного холодоснабжения, что значительно улучшает энергоэффективность и уровень комфорта. Централизованное холодоснабжение в 5–10 раз эффективнее, чем кондиционирование воздуха, и играет ключевую роль в том, чтобы холодоснабжение стало "зеленым" на глобальном уровне.  

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The efficient cooling of the future

District cooling is the key to the global cooling systems of the future, which take into account both people and the environment. All district cooling networks constitute long-term investment which, over time, will pay dividends from both environmental and perspectives measured on operation, repairs and maintenance. Unique service life and cooling effect make district cooling the self-evident, future-proof choice.

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Unique power-saving cooling effect

The distinguishing features of district cooling are significantly lower energy consumption than for conventional air conditioning – and a level of efficiency 5–10 times higher. District cooling networks from LOGSTOR mean big savings on energy consumption. At the same time, they are almost maintenance-free and generate minimal cooling loss. The associated savings add up over the long service life of the installation, making district cooling using pipes from LOGSTOR the self-evident eco-friendly and economical choice. 

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The lowest fitting costs in the sector

Remote cooling systems from LOGSTOR feature a combination of the lowest fitting costs and the longest service life in the sector. The project as a whole involves fewer components, excavation operations and welds – which naturally translates into savings of both time and money. All district cooling solutions from LOGSTOR are almost completely maintenance-free and generate minimal cooling loss, which means big savings from the installation over the coming 30 years or so.

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