For more than 40 years our turbulators are used in fire-tube boilers to increase its efficiency. Often strict pressure drop limitations exist due to the maximum ventilator capacity. Our left-right twisted turbulator design is known to have an optimal ratio between pressure drop and heat transfer with a gaseous ...
By JD Turbulators B.V based in Raamsdonksveer, NETHERLANDS.
Process Information: Case A Conventional H2SO4 Process: In a sulphur burning or metallurgical double absorption H2SO4 plant where no Oleum is produced upstream, SO3 gas exits the third catalyst pass, is cooled down and enters the first ( = intermediate ) absorption tower, where H2SO4 is distributed over ceramic packing to absorb the SO3. When the gas exits the I.A.T. it returns to the converter to go into the fourth catalyst pass after being reheated in a gas/gas heat exchanger. Due to the high inlet gas ...
By Begg Cousland Envirotec Limited based in Glasgow, UNITED KINGDOM.
Reduction of perating costs: The increased energy costs over the last years have made investments towards heat recovery solutions not only cost effective but profitable. With the support and input of our employees and our technical know how, are improvements and solutions concerning heat recovery become ...
By IGEMA GmbH based in Münster, GERMANY.
. Steam is used usually at low pressures to cook and process such various foods. Steam is usually generated in medium pressure boilers and supplied to the plant after dropping the pressure in a Pressure Reducing Valve (PRV). A Steam Turbine is installed to work as Rotary PRV and Recover the Energy otherwise lost in the ...
By Turtle Turbines (P) Ltd. based in Pune, INDIA.
Spilling steam engines and back pressure turbines are always used in process and heating steam systems, when the pressure difference between the boiler plant and consumers is to be used for extracting mechanical or electrical ...
By Spilling Energie Systeme GmbH based in Hamburg, GERMANY.
Energent's energy recovery technology has applications in many industrial fields. Waste heat is defined as heat produced by machines, electrical equipment and industrial processes for which no useful application is found, and is regarded as a waste by-product. Such heat can be produced by diesel engines or exhausted as flue gases. Utilizing Energent's patented Variable Phase Cycle or high-efficiency Variable Phase Turbine in an Organic Rankine Cycle, these wasted energy sources can be used to produce valuable ...
By Energent Corporation based in Santa Ana, CALIFORNIA (USA).
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