Energy Consulting Equipment

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Lundberg - Thermomechanical Pulping (TMP) Heat Recovery System

by A. H. LUNDBERG ASSOCIATES, INC.     based in Bellevue, WASHINGTON (USA)

Heat recovery from a TMP plant is available at a number of different levels depending upon a given mill's process and heat utilization requirements. Primary TMP refiners operating at elevated pressures blow their pulp at these pressures generating contaminated steam. This steam can be recovered as clean steam at a slightly reduced pressure using a ...

Air to Steam Recovery

by L&E America     based in Kaukauna, WISCONSIN (USA)

Energy recovery systems can be installed with new oxidizers, or retrofitted on existing oxidizers to optimize overall operating efficiencies. Steam generated from the oxidizer stack coil can be used for production needs, building heat or power generation using a steam turbine.

EROVENT - Energy Recovery Unit (Rotary)

by Eneko Heat Recovery Ventilation     based in izmir, TURKEY

In places where fresh air demand is high as a result of intense occupancy like cinemas, shopping malls, airports, office buildings, high-rise buildings, sport arenas, conference rooms, and museums to extract stale indoor air outdoors and introduce fresh air indoors are required. EROVENT units are developed to benefit from the energy of exhaust ...

ElectraTherm - Waste Heat Generator

by Controlled Environment Equipment Corp.     based in North Prairie, WISCONSIN (USA)

The ElectraTherm Waste Heat Generator (WHG) captures waste heat from almost any geothermal or industrial source to generate fuel-free, emission-free electricity. Built on a skid, it’s both modular and mobile, meaning it’s easy to transport and install as a single unit or in a series. Automated control systems permit unattended ...

Fin Coil Recovery (FCR)

by Cain Industries, Inc.     based in Germantown, WISCONSIN (USA)

Data without a Cain System: Combustion source:  500 HP Steam Boiler. Heat Sink: Process Water  . Waste Exhaust Temp:  400 °F. Water Temp Inlet: 120 °F. Btu/hr Burner Input: 20,922,000. Fuel Type: Natural Gas. O2 Content:  3%. Excess Air: 18%. Fuel Cost Per Therm:  $0.60. Annual Operating Hours: 6,000.

Rectangular Tube Recovery (RTR)

by Cain Industries, Inc.     based in Germantown, WISCONSIN (USA)

Data without a Cain System: Combustion source: 55,000 PPH Steam Boiler. Heat Sink:Boiler Feedwater. Waste Exhaust Temp: 509 °F. Water Temp Inlet: 227°F. Btu/hr Burner Input: 70,000 Mbtu. Fuel Type: Kerosene. O2 Content: 2.95%. Excess Air: 15%. Fuel Cost Per Therm: $0.70. Annual Operating Hours: 4,000.

Boiler Economizer Systems

by Cain Industries, Inc.     based in Germantown, WISCONSIN (USA)

Cain Industries offers an extensive selection of boiler economizers specifically designed to recover the lost BTU exiting from exhaust stacks. Our broad line of economizers covers the spectrum of boiler sizes, ranging from very small hot water boilers with burner inputs of 200,000 Btu/hr to the large boilers delivering steam at 250,000 lb/hr.

Air to Hot Oil Recovery

by L&E America     based in Kaukauna, WISCONSIN (USA)

Hot Oil or other thermal fluid can be recovered in the oxidizer stack for a wide variety of uses. It is common to install a complete thermal fluid system (including heaters, pumps, etc.) to bring hot oil back to the process.

Waste Heat Recovery Systems (WHR)

by Therm Tech Limited     based in Ashton Under Lyne, UNITED KINGDOM

Our object is to identify the use for waste heat, quantify the quality and source of heat available and to match the two using the most cost effective and practically suitable forms of heat recovery equipment.

Energy Recovery Technology

by Nuove Energie s.r.l     based in Vicenza, ITALY

Reducing the company energetic cost is one of the goals that Nuove Energie has been targeting for years. That's why Nuove Energie works in order to recover the remaining temperature gradient in the wastewater to obtain a better productive efficiency.

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