This is the first industrial-scale AD plant under the Refood badge. The AD process in turn breaks down 45, tonnes per year of food waste to generate methane gas and run the CHP engines. The three heat recovery packages take the excess hot water at 90oC and use it to carry out three different heating roles within the plant. Without the systems, the site would otherwise need to meet its hot water needs from the steam boiler, so they are effectively helping ReFood to save money and reduce emissions that would otherwise arise from its new facility. Your closest Spirax Sarco is. This region has not yet joined our new website.
Case study: University heat-recovery system
Consulting - Specifying Engineer | Case study: University heat-recovery system
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Energy Recovery System
Pulat E. Textile sector of Turkey has a large production capacity and it is one of the important sectors. Many industrial heating processes generate waste energy in textile industry. Therefore, there is a tremendous waste-heat potential to utilize in textile applications. This study assesses the potential of waste-heat obtained from particularly dyeing process at textile industry in Bursa where textile center of Turkey.
In order to keep a high level and to stay competitive in the world market in the future, it is important for the Swedish steel industry to improve their efficiencies continuously and to reduce the energy consumption. In order to realize these goals, the Swedish steel association Jernkotoret was found and by their initiative Triple Steelix was found in in Berglanden, a significant area for the steel industry. In , the Clean Production Centre was found in Hofors in order to build a cluster of local steel manufacturers, factories and companies. Some limitations were necessary to complete the analysis and to come to conclusions. The yearly treated material and energy prices were assumed to be constant and the yearly power consumption was estimated by an extrapolation of a one to five days measurement.