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The exhaust gas heat exchanger uses the waste heat generated during energy generation in the form of flue gases. To make effective use of the available heating power, the residual heat of this exhaust gas is used to add it to a second medium – for example the heating water. In this way, the existing residual heat can be significantly reduced by using it for recovery.
Energy is becoming more and more expensive. Neither private households nor industrial plants can do without thermal energy and savings can therefore hardly be realized due to the increasing energy demand. Accordingly, other ways and means of saving must be found.
Flue gases from gas turbines, boilers and combustion generators are discharged to the outside unused in many industrial plants. But these wasted energy reserves could for the most part be harnessed by heat recovery from flue gas.
The thermal energy can be transferred from one energy source to another via a shell-and-tube heat exchanger. The heat of the heated medium is transferred to the cooler medium. The media that are avoided are separated from each other in the heat transfer process and cannot mix with each other. The media are most liquids but can also be gases.
A plate heat exchanger is a special type of heat exchanger with which the thermal energy of liquids can be transferred to another medium. A plate heat exchanger consists of layered corrugated plates arranged one above the other.
In many industrial plants, steam is still conducted outside via the chimney. The heat and the associated energy are thus lost unused. Steam heat exchangers do just that, they use the otherwise wasted energy and transfer it to a second medium.
Industrial heat exchangers have the task of enabling the exchange of thermal energy, which would otherwise be lost, between different material flows. This enables enormous savings in the consumption of primary energy and thus savings in the costs of heating and/or production processes.
Saving energy costs is a central issue in many companies. The energy demand is constantly increasing, and the energy costs are growing exponentially. Therefore, heat recovery is becoming increasingly important in industry. With today’s technology, more than 16% of energy costs can be saved.
Large industrial and commercial productions use a lot of energy, that result in a high rate of exhausted waste heat. Rising energy prices let company reconsider their energy usage. Extracting the heat out of the exhausted air through a heat recovery system can reduce massively the energy spending costs, as well as the CO² emissions of a company.
Flue gas is a mixture of exhausted combustions, that is generated mainly through ovens, boilers and large production sites in industrial complexes. Flue gas is normally seen as a waste product by companies and is therefore exhausted into the environment without drawing out the most benefits. Thus, valuable energy in form of heat gets lost and the CO² emissions of a company can rise.