Designed and built in the United States, the Helios TCS system is constructed to thrive in the most challenging environments. Fabrication precision and component quality are keys to building an ultra-reliable system.
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The Remote Collector is where cleaning balls are staged between injection cycles. The sight glass on the Collector enables the operator to observe the number and condition of the sponge balls. In addition, it permits the operator to observe the balls during manual operation of the system. The collector should be positioned so that an operator has unobstructed access to the sight glass to change the cleaning balls. Locating the collector close to the heat exchanger reduces the length of piping runs through which cleaning balls need to flow and reduces the Helios pump run time requirements. The collector stand is equipped with a mounting foot complete with anchor bolt holes, and a concrete housekeeping pad is not required.
Typical installations, such as central chilled water plants in hospitals or universities, require less than 20 man-hours and 8 hours of process shutdown.
The system continually keeps chiller tubes clean so there is no requirement for lengthy manual tube cleaning and no disruption to chiller operation.
Because the Helios TCS proactively keeps tubes clean, both chiller capacity and reliability are improved substantially.
Data shows the average annual cost savings in energy production can range between $40,000 and $65,000 depending on the size of the chiller.
Lifetime CO² emissions can be reduced by 6,000 to 10,000 tons by improving the efficiency of central chilled water plants and heat exchangers.
Design/build, hydraulic testing, and custom fabrication is available to adapt Helios installations within unique environments.
TECHNICAL DATA SHEET
Browse technical documentation for the Helios Tube Cleaning System and components. Detailed engineering guides are provided to help you configure a system for your application.