NEWYORK-PRESBYTERIAN MORGAN STANLEY CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL

Background

Newyork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital is located in New York City and is one of the largest hospitals in the United States. This hospital is utilized as a teaching hospital by both Columbia University & Weill Cornell Medical College. Our New York representative, Dolphin Equipment, does an outstanding job working with engineers and contractors to help them combine loose parts and requirements in to a packaged system.

System Description

In this mission-critical application, domestic water is heated using a TIGERFLOW steam to water heat transfer system. The system consists of:

Water side:

  • (1) Tube & shell heat exchanger
  • (1) End suction pump with wye strainer, multi-purpose valve
  • (1) Air separator with air vent
  • (1) Chemical shot feeder assembly
  • (1) Make-up water assembly with pressure reducing valve, pressure relief valve and bypass valve
  • Manifolds, isolation valves and other necessary accoutrement

Steam side:

  • 1/3-2/3” steam control valves with wye-strainers, and bypass valve line
  • (1) ASME Relief valve
  • Manifolds, Thermometers, gauges, isolation valves and other necessary accoutrement

Controls

  • Variable frequency drive

The NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital utilized TIGERFLOW’s:

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