Heat-recovery system

Heat-recovery system

A process by which the exhaust air preheats the supply air when the outdoor air is cooler than the inside air. When the outside air is warmer than the inside air, the exhaust air will cool the supply air. This system saves energy depending on the season and only operates for sensible heat recovery.
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In the first ECO-HEAT heat-recovery system, heated fresh air is generated for the drying process, which noticeably reduces energy consumption.
In particular, the section will discuss and elaborate on the effects of waste-air usage in the area of spray drying in connection with a heat-recovery system integrated into the process.
This efficient heat-recovery system allows relatively simple decoupling of high energy flow from exhaust gases.
An optional heat-recovery system on the MDB dryer recovers waste heat to improve overall efficiency.
The ETA-process heat-recovery system uses the return heat from the drying bin to preheat the process air coming from the dryer.
RF2M Technologies (RF2M), a UK manufacturer of electronic components for the defence-aerospace sector, is saving more than GBP 30,000 in energy costs per year after switching to a CompAir L75 variable-speed compressor with the heat-recovery system from Gardner Denver distributor, Rodwell Bayne.
Patented ETA-process heat-recovery system reinforces energy savings and efficiencies.
RF2M Technologies (RF2M) a UK manufacture of electronic components for the defence-aerospace sector is saving more than Pound 30000 in energy costs per year after switching to a CompAir L75 variable-speed compressor with heat-recovery system from Gardner Denver distributor Rodwell Bayne.
New Series 555CHR central chillers have a heat-recovery system.
The prerequisite for this would be that all lines are provided with a heat-recovery system. The production and use of process energy in the Indian textile industry takes place often with old concepts and systems and therefore, leads to considerably negative consequences for the environment.
On this basis, the building was a prime candidate for combined sensible and latent heat-recovery systems. Two exhaust-air heat-recovery systems--one with only a sensible heat-recovery coil and one that combined latent and sensible heat recovery--were evaluated.