waste heat Equipment

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ElectraTherm - Green Machine - Waste Heat To Power Generation System

by ElectraTherm     based in Reno, NEVADA (USA)

ElectraTherm's Green Machine converts low temperature water flows (between 190°F/88°C and 240°F/116°C) into fuel-free, emission free power. The Green Machine output range is from 30-65kWe, based on temperatures and flows.The machine has low input requirements for its hot water supply relative to other ORC systems. The Green ...

Gasplasma - Gasification and Plasma Conversion Technology

by Advanced Plasma Power (APP)     based in Swindon, UNITED KINGDOM

Gasification and Plasma Conversion waste to energy technology that generates clean, renewable, local energy. Gasplasma is an Advanced Conversion Technology ('ACT') that converts waste feedstock into a clean hydrogen-rich syngas and a vitrified recyclate called Plasmarok that can be used as a building material or replacement aggregate.

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.

Green Machine - Model 6500 - up to 110kWe - Waste Heat To Power - Output Machine

by ElectraTherm     based in Reno, NEVADA (USA)

The Green Machine 6500 is ElectraTherm’s largest output machine, producing up to 110kWe of fuel-free, emission-free electricity utilizing ElectraTherm’s  proven Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) technology.

Green Machine - Model 4200 - Up to 35kWe - Waste Heat To Power - Lowest Output Machine

by ElectraTherm     based in Reno, NEVADA (USA)

The 4200 is ElectraTherm’s lowest output machine at 35kWe, ideal for smaller heat sources with low temperature waste heat (i.e. 500kW stationary engine). The machine marks ElectraTherm’s first turnkey ORC package for simple installation and commissioning, with the lowest market costs for commercial technology of its kind available.

Green Machine - Model 4400 - up to 65kWe - Waste Heat To Power - Organic Rankine Cycle Machine

by ElectraTherm     based in Reno, NEVADA (USA)

The Green Machine 4400 is an Organic Rankine Cycle machine generating up to 65kWe and ideal for lower flow waste heat. The performance table below shows the 4400's heat and flow parameters.

DESMI - District Central Heating System

by DESMI A/S     based in Noerresundby, DENMARK

District central heating is an efficient heating source often produced from local energy sources such as waste, biomass and surplus heat from industry. In Europe as well as the rest of the world the district central heating distribution systems are continuously expanded. In this respect Denmark is a pioneer country when it comes to upgrading the ...

Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) Systems

by Clarke Energy     based in Liverpool, UNITED KINGDOM

GE’s Clean Cycle™ system, at full capacity, adds 125kW of electrical power output to a heat-generating application without consuming additional fuel. Operating at full load, one Clean Cycle™ system generates approximately 1 million kWh of electricity per year that would have otherwise been generated on the grid. This avoids more ...

Exhaust Gas Heat Exchangers

by Clarke Energy     based in Liverpool, UNITED KINGDOM

Exhaust gas heat exchangers (EGHE) utilise waste heat from the exhaust of the GE Jenbacher gas engine. They are typically located adjacent to the engine or are mounted on the roof of a containerised combined heat and power unit. They are present in a wide range of different applications and along with the other systems can be used to achieve ...

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 ...

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