Energy Recovery & DHC

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Significant cost savings & lowered CO2 Emissions through efficient Heat-Recovery Solutions

Marc Delannoy, General Manager Airflux: “Airflux selected SWEP as a partner for two main reasons. First, SWEP is a well-known brand, appreciated in the heat exchange industry. Furthermore, one of our main partners was already successfully integrating SWEP's brazed plate heat exchangers in their systems. We have had a positive experience of integrating SWEP heat exchangers into our customers'…

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Energy Recovery & DHC Technology

Utilize all the available energy — Heat recovery

Today, global industry consumes a vast amount of energy. The biggest challenge is that as much as half of it is wasted due to the inefficient and complicated recovery of low-grade energy. Heat in the…

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Waste Heat Recovery - first European industry project certified by the Investor Confidence Project

VIENNA/LONDON, January 2019. The Investor Confidence Project's innovative Investor Ready Energy Efficiency™ Certification has been awarded to a waste heat utilisation project at GMS GOURMET GmbH. The…

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Bakery UK - production air with heat recovery

Just three months after installing two fixed-speed L110s and one regulated-speed L132RS compressor, along with a heat recovery system from CompAir, a leading supplier of bread products is on target to achieve annual energy savings in the region of £188,000, with a payback on investment in less than two years.

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Choosing the best techniques for waste heat recovery

Choosing the best techniques for waste heat recovery

Darren Bryant, CEO of Heatcatcher UK, discusses best available waste heat recovery techniques for the glass industry and outlines UK government…

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Energy Recovery & DHC

Heat Recovery on the Road - Part1 - Sizing Up the Opportunity

Matt Gutschow, Co-Founder of HeatCalc, writes about an opportunity for heat recovery for trucks. This is a short introduction reflecting on the potential and the economics to make such a technical opportunity a viable business case.

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Heat Recovery on the Road - Part 2 - Heat - What is it Good For

Matt Gutschow, Co-Founder of HeatCalc, writes about an opportunity for heat recovery for trucks. This is the 2nd part exploring the sources and uses of heat on a vehicle.

introduction reflecting on the potential and the economics to make such a technical opportunity a viable business case.

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Energy Recovery & DHC

The 4th Utility: Compressed Air

Compressed Air: the 4th Utility

Without knowing who has invented this phrase, e.g. David Andrews from Sullair used it in a recent blog and it is even mentioned at wikipedia, it clearly indicates the…

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Energy Recovery & DHC

10 Facts about Cogeneration-CHP

Cogeneration (Combined Heat and Power or CHP) is the simultaneous production of electricity and heat, both of which are used. In conventional power plants, heat is not recovered when generating power, while in cogeneration plants the heat is put to effective use to provide comfort (space heating and hot water) or services (high temperature heat and steam) for homes, public buildings, businesses…

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Heat Source

10 Facts about Heat Pumps

Heat pump technology is efficient and mature. Capacities range from 20kW to 100kW for residential applications and even higher capacities for commercial applications. Industrial and district heating heat pumps reach capacities of several MW. Operating the unit when surplus electricity is available and storing that surplus energy in the form of heat provides significant demand response capacity to…

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