A390 HOT WATER CENTRAL HEATING SYSTEM
Brigham Young: University
BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY
AMERICAN HYDROTHERM CORP.
To meet the large expansion program at Brigham Young University, the central heating
plant and facilities had to be increased considerably. As a result of comparative studi'es,
it was decided to convert the existing high
pressure steam distribution facilities as well
as the new plant additions to high temperature
water heating. The flow temperature of this
system is 390°F.
If your university is planning to install a new
central heating plant or to revamp your existing installation, it will pay you to investigate
the advantages of high temperature water dis-
tribution as compared to steam distribution.
Savings over conventicm.al high pressure
steam installations range as follows:
Initial InvestmentI •
Operation .' • : •
•. • •
,. 10 to 30%
'15 to 2S %
•. Up to 75%
American Hydrotherm Corporation, designers
of the largest high temperature water systems
now operating in this country, offers the serv·
ices of the most experienced engineers in this
field. They are available for consultation without obligation. Send for Bulletin No. 100
Design, operation and maintenance of all types of central heating systems.
American Hydrotherm (orp.
10-55 Jackson Avenue
Long IslanGl City 1, N. J.