HANNOVER MESSE 2019,
01 - 05 April
A genset is a stationary combustion engine driving a generator to produce electricity. Around 30 - 40 % of the input energy is converted into electricity, the remainder being lost as heat. CHP (combined heat and power) systems utilize the heat from both motor cooling and, especially, the exhaust gas to produce heat energy as hot water. Airec enables over 90 % of the input energy be turned into either electricity or heat energy.The engine circuit is often used as input in the exhaust gas heat exchanger, enabling both heating sources to be utilized. As an alternative, the heating water circuit with an entering temperature around 40°C can be used. This arrangement further increases efficiency because there is also the latent energy released by condensation of the water vapor in the exhaust gas.A separate Airec heat exchanger with a heating water circuit for condensing performance after the hot combustion gas heat exchanger offers high efficiency and a short payback time.The patented plate design enables Airec exhaust gas heat exchangers to handle the high gas temperatures in CHP systems with sufficient cooling liquid without thermal fatigue.
In gas compression, most of the input energy to the compressor is lost as heat. The compressed gas must be cooled to make it suitable for its intended use, which ...
Counter-flow arrangement for maximal heat transfer and efficiency in asymmetrical applications, normally gas-to-liquid.
Compact is made in stainless steel ...