waste heat Equipment

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Waste Exhaust Heat Boilers

by Clarke Energy     based in Liverpool, UNITED KINGDOM

Approximately 25% of the usable energy of the fuel gas is released in the exhaust of the gas engine. This heat exits the engine at ~450oC as ‘high grade heat’, contrasting to ‘low-grade heat’ available from the generator cooling circuits. This high temperature and flow makes it well suited for utilisation in a waste heat ...

Waste Heat Boilers

by Darley & Associates     based in Stamford, UNITED KINGDOM

Energy can be recovered from the exhaust gas of diesel engines, gas engines, gas turbines, and many industrial processes. The waste heat boiler design will vary greatly depending on the duty - sometimes having to cope with heavy dust loads, corrosive gases, and high temperatures. Darley & Associates have the experience to guide ...

Waste Heat Recovery Boilers

by Tuba Turbine GmbH     based in Frankfurt am Main, GERMANY

A heat recovery steam generator or HRSG is an energy recovery heat exchanger that recovers heat from a hot gas stream. It produces steam that can be used in a process (cogeneration) or used to drive a steam turbine (combined cycle). Modular HRSGs can be categorized by a number of ways such as direction of exhaust gases flow or number of pressure ...

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 ...

Waste Heat Recovery Systems

by Kaojai Green Energy     based in Surin, THAILAND

Kaojai Green believes in “best practice” when it comes to all our waste energy recovery designs. We also believe in the KIS (Keep It Simple) principle too. Sure some installations will require much more in design, engineering and application. What we want to do in this article is to show you a very simple and basic application of a waste heat ...

energix - waste heat to power generation

by Energix Solutions     based in jhb, SOUTH AFRICA

Capture waste heat from industrial plants and generate all your own electricity needs , as well as supply others.

Byworth - Waste Heat Boilers

by Byworth Boilers     based in Keighley, UNITED KINGDOM

Designed to achieve optimum performance given the heat available and the boiler output required. Waste heat boilers can operate in a range of applications recovering heat which is produced as a by-product of another process, for example Combined Heat and Power projects and incineration. Byworth waste heat boilers are individually designed to suit ...

Waste Heat Recovery Boilers

by Indeck Power Equipment Company     based in Wheeling,, ILLINOIS (USA)

Indeck offers years of experience utilizing waste gases and recovering its energy in the form of steam. Steam generation is an ideal way to recover waste heat energy from these gases in a form most easily utilized. Enormous quantities of heat energy inherent in exhaust gases from various industrial processes can be recovered to reduce energy ...

Waste Heat Recovery Systems

by Water Equipment Services, Inc. (WES, Inc)     based in Sarasota, FLORIDA (USA)

WES Industries offers its customers the ability to capture waste heat already generated and convert it into clean energy.  Waste heat recovery is the process of recovering heat discharged as a byproduct of one process to provide heat needed to produce energy to be used in other processes. Energy has always been a significant component of ...

Model Power Cooling - Waste Heat To Power

by ElectraTherm     based in Reno, NEVADA (USA)

ElectraTherm's Green Machine can utilize waste heat from stationary engines, compressed gas and other sources in natural gas processing plants to realize significant cost savings and emission offsets. This new approach to gas cooling generates electricity while simultaneously reducing existing cooling loads.

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