TEG has completed the design for Detroit Thermal, LLC (DTLLC) of the new steam service to the Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan (RIM) which is part of the Detroit Medical Center (DMC).
To facilitate the new steam service, an existing 20″ high pressure steam main will be relocated to accommodate a future DMC project and a new 8″ main extension that will serve the RIM and another planned facility.
The steam service requirements for the RIM is estimated to be 30,000 mbtuh. The service line will be a 6″ high pressure riser installed external to the building and will enter the ninth floor boiler room.
Metering and pressure reducing equipment will be installed within the boiler room. TEG is responsible for the interface with the building’s engineer who is designing the modifications to the building’s thermal systems.