LOGSTOR is the world’s leading manufacturer of pre-insulated pipes for energy-efficient transport of liquid media for district heating and cooling, oil and gas, solar, marine and industrial purposes.
LOGSTOR invented the technology for pre-insulated pipe systems and to this date it has delivered more than 170.000 km pre-insulated pipes.
LOGSTOR is an international group in the energy trade which through eco-friendly solutions contributes considerably to reductions in CO2 emissions and increases in energy efficiency.
LOGSTOR has offices in Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Germany, Poland, The Netherlands, France, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, China and Lithuania – additionally we have a network of 30 agents.
LOGSTOR supplies customers in approx. 40 countries and sells its pipe systems in markets where increasing energy prices affect which energy saving products and transport solutions are chosen.
The production takes place in the 10 factories of the group, situated in Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Poland, Romania, China and in 1 joint venture in location China.
LOGSTOR A/S is owned by the private equity fond, Triton Fund III
TwinPipe with diffusion barrier is now available in all pipe dimensions with outer casing diameters of up to Ø 315 mm. This new feature ensures consistently high heat retention and reduces the heat loss from a TwinPipe system, maintaining its extraordinary insulation properties throughout the entire service life of the supply network. Due to improved […]
District heating pipes are now reaching into outlying areas surrounding towns. One excellent example is the new 12.5 km-long TRE-FOR transmission pipeline. TRE-FOR now supplies 800 households in the small town of Lunderskov, Denmark, with ecofriendly district heating, making big savings for supplier and consumers. Heating supplier Lunderskov Fjernvarme, previously received surplus heat from a […]
In Rudersdal in Denmark new district heating customers are saving 20% on heating bills and reducing CO2 emissions by 1,000 tons – just by converting from natural gas to district heating. By converting from natural gas to district heating, a 130 m2 house in Rudersdal will save 3.14 tons of CO2 each year. When the network […]
Fredericia Fjernvarme A.m.b.a in Denmark has agreed to deliver district heating to Østerby, about 4.5 km from the nearest heating plant. The 276 households will now profit from lower heating costs and have an efficient form of heating that meets today’s and tomorrow’s requirements, based primarily on surplus heat. At the same time, they will […]
District Energy holds a vast potential for energy efficiency in urban areas. This White Paper highlights the key elements for success in district heating and cooling. It covers aspects from regulation and planning, efficient production of thermal energy, to storage, distribution and end user solutions.