With day by day rising costs of fuel & in turn utility cost, recovering the waste energy is a basic need of any process industry.
We offer complete customized package solution to recover energy from various waste heat sources in process plants.
In any process plant there are many heat sources available which are going to drain/ETP from which substantial amount of energy can be recovered like:
Hot contaminated steam condensate,
Dye liquor from textile process,
Process drain hot water,
Boiler Blow down water & many more….
Savings of substantial amount of Steam/Fuel.
Reduced load on ETP as lower temperature effluent going to ETP.
Reduced batch timings as in some cases hot water from the heat recovery system is used as input to the process.
Boiler steam output increases as in some cases hot water from the heat recovery system is used as input to boiler feed water tank.
Compact design & skid mounted.
Design for ease of maintenance.
Performance monitoring tools provided.
Safe in operation.
Recovering heat from the different sources needs different engineering of the complete system, which involves Selection & designing of:
The selected heat exchanger should be suitable for the particular application The design should be considering the maximum heat recovery.
The waste heat media cannot always be put directly to the heat exchanger due to the fear of choking or depositions etc. Hence it needs to be conditioned well before supplying to the Heat Exchanger. The selection & designing of media conditioning system is from point of view of separates the foreign particles & supplying only clean media to heat exchanger. This reduces the maintenance & down time of the system.
To run the Waste Heat Recovery System without any human intervention, selecting & designing suitable automations is the key factor.
In order to check the performance of the system, it is very important to monitor some of the parameters. Providing the correct monitoring tools is important to cross check the performance of the system.
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