Cooling

5 energy sources you have never thought of

Every day, surplus heat is released into the environment, contributing to global warming and wasting chances of clean energy generation. Opportunities to recover and reuse it can be found in places such as large industrial facilities, but also along the aisles of your local supermarket.   It is estimated that less than 30% of the energy consumed on the planet is converted efficiently. The rest…

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Cooling

Outokumpu Cools Machine Shop using natural Elements

To cool the rolling mill's machine shop, Outokumpu has chosen a solution that saves energy compared with more conventional alternatives. There are two ways to cool the machine shop. One is to use outdoor air, the other to use industrial water from a nearby river and cool the air through existing cooling coils and a SWEP B649 brazed plate heat…

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Outokumpu Cools Machine Shop using natural Elements

Farewell to Traditional Compressor-Based Refrigeration?
Cooling

Farewell to Traditional Compressor-Based Refrigeration?

From Ozgun Danaci, DNV GL Until recently, the healthcare industry relied on ultra-low temperature (ULT) freezers with compressor-based cascade refrigeration systems. Cascade systems are simply two…

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Cooling systems and energy recovery for industrial furnaces: technologies - advantages

This paper gives an overview about different cooling systems (cold water cooling, warm water cooling, hot cooling) for different types of furnaces and industries. Author: Reining Heisskuehlung

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Cooling systems and energy recovery for industrial furnaces: technologies - advantages