Amalie Arena is expected to save an estimated $600,000 per year in energy costs
June 8, 2015
Heat Pipe Technology (HPT) a division of MiTek® Industries, a Berkshire Hathaway company, announced it has completed a successful installation at Amalie Arena, home of the NHL’s Tampa Bay Lightning, that reduced humidity levels, improved ice quality, and cut energy costs.
Heat Pipe Technology (HPT) a division of MiTek® Industries, a Berkshire Hathaway company, announced that it has opened a YouTube channel to offer online training for use of its new SelectPlus heat pipe design software. The HPT training modules can be found at https://www.youtube.com/user/HPTSelectPlus.
The energy recovery dehumidification systems utilize highly efficient passive heat pipe technology. ACT-HP-WA Wrap-Around dehumidification systems can be easily installed in existing or new vertical or horizontal air handlers. The system is designed in a U-shape to wrap around the existing evaporator coil of an HVAC system.
Heat Pipe Technology Inc., a division of MiTek, a Berkshire Hathaway company, announced that it has opened a new Demo and Innovation Center, an extension of its Gainesville, Fla., manufacturing facility. The center is designed for advanced on-site research, as well as to showcase its technology for visitors.
Heat Pipe Technology Inc. (HPT) announced that two recent commercial installations of the company’s passive dehumidification systems have yielded quick payback, carbon reduction, and ongoing energy savings. Both HPT applications were for manufacturers that require very-low-humidity environments.