Bradford White Training Facility Raises the Bar


The facility features stadium seating in the main classroom for up to 64, and HD video cameras for close-up live viewing and recording.

The live-fire lab and heating system are connected via Taco-HVAC plate/frame heat exchangers. When water heaters and/or boilers used for training in the lab raise the lab loop water temperature to a point where it becomes viable to harvest those BTUs, the boiler heating loop receives BTUs through the plate/frame heat exchangers. When the heating loop is up to temperature, the lab loop then heats a glycol system that’s piped to dry coolers for heat rejection; each of the five dry coolers is rated at 1 million BTUs.

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