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The heat recovery of your screw compressor offers you considerable savings potential.Did you know that the energy consumed for producing compressed air is all converted into heat?
A compressed air station with, for example, a required output of 75 kW, consumes approximately 300,000 kWh at 4000 operating hours per annum.
Recover this energy in the form of:
The heat diagram above shows the amount of heat that arises in oil-injected screw compressors.
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The heated cooling air is used to heat a room via a ductwork system. Temperature-controlled valves achieve a regulated, adjustable room temperature.
Acceptable level for the temperature: 20–25 K above ambient temperature
Plate heat exchangers are used to produce hot water.
Acceptable hot water temperature: up to 70° C
The heat recovery process is the same as for heating water.
Acceptable service water temperature: up to 70° C
All components required for heat recovery are installed in the compressor during the production process.
Available for compressors: 15–355 kW
If the order is for a new compressor, it will be prepared for heat recovery, i.e.:
Order now … Retrofit later …
External modules for retrofitting previously installed compressors.Advantage:
Available for compressors: 4–355 kW
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