Exhaust Heat Exchangers and Steam Generators. Cogeneration or CHP (combined heat and power) is the process of recovering exhaust heat that is wasted when an engine runs to produce electricity or other process. Cain Industries manufactures exhaust heat exchangers and heat recovery steam generators (HRSG) for natural gas engines, diesel engines, gasoline engines, turbines, microturbine generators
Exhaust gas heat exchangers (EGHE) utilise waste heat from the exhaust of the Jenbacher gas engine cogeneration plant. 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 overall system efficiencies of over 90%. Exhaust gas heat exchangers - APROVIS - Better Exhaust gas heat exchangers available for all fuels imaginable Engines for combined heat and power plants are operated with different fuels, including hydrogen, natural gas, biogas, sewage gas and special gases, plus diesel and other liquid fuels.
Our exhaust gas heat exchanger is designed to recover heat from exhaust gas produced for example by combustion engines used in combined heat and power plants. The heat exchanger transfers the heat from the exhaust gas to a liquid (water or water-glycol solutions). When heated up, this liquid can be used in central heating systems; for preheating air in the combustion
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