Heat Recovery and Energy Optimization
Resource-saving planning and use of available energy
Energy-saving system solutions
We help you to use savings potentials
In many production processes, excess heat is produced and released unused into the environment, which can also be used to reduce energy costs.
Already in the run-up to your planning, we can help you to check possibilities for waste heat utilisation and take them into account in the design of the refrigeration system.
Opportunities for more energy efficiency
- Combination of complementary cooling and temperature control solutions
- Use of existing customer systems | Central cooling systems
- Use of existing energy (energy contracting)
- Multi-circuit solutions (more under Customised solutions)
- Optimization of existing cooling and temperature control systems
Heat exchangers and heat exchanger systems
For the use of an on-site cooling water / existing central cooling system.
Heat exchangers can be used to transfer heat from a warm medium to a cooler medium for further use.
The waste heat generated by the chiller can be put to good use by feeding it back into another process, thus saving operating and energy costs. Via heat converters, the released waste heat of a low-temperature heating system can be fed directly or via heat pumps to any other heating circuit.
Use of air coolers individually or in addition to the chiller and/or heat exchanger
Energy saving by using the outside temperature through the use of dry coolers or hybrid coolers.
Cooling of an MRI application
Chiller with supplementary free cooler (glycoler) and intermediate system separation via heat exchanger.
The technical design is made according to the medium, local conditions and the respective customer requirements..
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Gewerbegebiet Bövingen 122
53804 Much, Germany
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