Exhaust gas heat recovery. Rising energy prices are a major challenge for many industries, and energy efficiency is becoming a crucial success factor. The good news is that many plants have a considerable unexploited potential for energy savings by recovering exhaust- or process flue gas and, as an added bonus, reduce CO 2 emissions. Join our webinar to learn about exhaust gas heat recovery using modern compact heat exchanger
Exhaust gas heat exchangers are designed to recover waste heat energy from the exhaust stream of reciprocating engine powered generating sets. Exhaust Heat RecoveryExhaust Heat Recovery Systems Cain Industries has developed a complete line of heat exchangers for the three basic markets:Diesel and Gas Cogeneration, Boiler Exhaust Economizers and Fume Incineration. These systems have been designed solely for the recovery of waste exhaust heat from combustion sources.
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.
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