energy recovery Equipment in Armenia

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Anguil - Industrial Energy & Heat Recovery Solutions

by Anguil Environmental Systems, Inc.     based in Milwaukee, WISCONSIN (USA)

Every energy demand is unique, as is every energy-efficiency improvement opportunity. At Anguil, our track record includes an ability to blend time-tested, standard products with innovative, custom engineered solutions. We design, manufacture, and install energy recovery systems that decrease your energy consumption, reduce operating costs and ...

Energy Recovery

by MAGUIN SAS - a Moret Industries Company     based in Charmes, FRANCE

The search for new energy sources has become a major issue in our desire to preserve our environment.

Heat & Energy Recovery

by Claro Inc     based in Montreal, QUEBEC (CANADA)

Claro provides complete heat and energy recovery systems for municipal, industrial, and agricultural applications. We can recover up to 85% of outgoing heat energy from process tanks such as anaerobic digesters with Claro modular tube-in-shell or large gap heat exchangers. Energy cost-savings are immediate and translate into very quick pay-back ...

Sludge Digestion and Energy Recovery

by Cadagua     based in Bilbao, SPAIN

One concern modern society has is protection of the environment. Reduction in energy consumption, preservation of the sources of raw materials and the waste reduction are main factors to ensure this.Waste produced must be stabilised and made inert and, if possible, must be turned into the object of clean technology development by reuse or ...

Energy Recovery Systems

by The CMM Group     based in De Pere, WISCONSIN (USA)

Energy Recovery Systems from The CMM Group can be incorporated into new air pollution control systems (APCS) (or other high temperature emitting devices) or be retrofit or added to an existing process. Energy recovery systems utilize the 100°C (212°F) to 815°C (1,500°F) of heat energy (depending on the heat emitting technology in ...

Energy Recovery Systems

by CSM Worldwide, Inc.     based in Mountainside, NEW JERSEY (USA)

With the price of energy continually rising, conserving energy is an absolute necessity. It is no longer economically viable for manufacturing or processing plants to emit clean, heat-laden exhaust into the atmosphere without first reclaiming a significant portion of that energy. CSM is in the forefront of waste heat recovery technology, ...

Energy Recovery Ventilators (ERVs)

by Desiccant Rotors International Pvt. Ltd. (DRI)     based in New Delhi, INDIA

DRI Energy Recovery Ventilators are equipped with EcoFresh Heat Recovery Wheels (HRW); capable of recovering more than upto 75% of each sensible and latent energy from the stale exhaust air and transferring it to the fresh outside air. The rotating wheel transfers the sensible and latent energy between the counter flowing exhaust and supply air ...

Model The PX 300 - Clean, Energy Recovery Solution

by Energy Recovery Inc     based in San Leandro, CALIFORNIA (USA)

With its new Quadribaric™ Technology, ERI introduces the next generation of PX™ energy recovery devices and sets a new industry standard with enhancements in performance and energy savings. At the core of the PX–300 is a patented Quadribaric™ Technology that revolutionizes the way the rotary PX devices perform, allowing them to do double the work ...

Energy Recovery Systems

by China Energy Recovery, Inc. (CER)     based in Shanghai, CHINA

Modern industrial processes utilize large quantities of fuel and electricity that produce heat as a byproduct of the manufacturing or refining process. The vast majority of this heat is released into the atmosphere despite having economic value. CER's technology enables manufacturers to recover this otherwise lost energy and reuse it to generate ...

Energy Recovery System

by Michaelis GmbH & Co. KG     based in Veitshöchheim, GERMANY

Economic and environmentally friendly solutions. Utilisation of waste energy for: Steam, hot water, hot air, thermal oil, cooling energy, electricity, desalination. Combination with regenerative systems: Wind power.

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