Energy & Heat Recovery
Air-to-Air Heat Exchanger Provides Plant Heat and Big Savings
This food processing facility used an air-to-air heat exchanger to further reduce their operating cost of a newly installed Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer (RTO).
Waste Heat Generates Steam and Savings
A new waste heat boiler at this coil coating facility saved over $216,000 per year in operating costs by supplying steam to the process systems.
Air-to-Water Heat Exchanger Reduces Operating Costs by $120,000 per Year
Relocating an existing oxidizer to a new location represented some challenges for this pharmaceutical company but it also gave them the opportunity for efficiency upgrades.
Increasing Primary Heat Recovery
Increasing the primary heat recovery of their Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer (RTO) drastically reduced operating costs and greenhouse gas emissions for this flexible packager.
Oxidizer Energy Recovery Options
Oxidizer stacks represent a significant opportunity for the reclamation of energy. This applies to the aging catalytic oxidizers popular in the industry years ago as well as the newer, more efficient RTOs
Rising fuel and electric costs, along with global warming concerns have changed the way industrial facilities view energy consumption. Process equipment and air pollution control systems that were installed several years ago may not reflect the energy conscious designs available today, analyzing these systems to determine energy reduction opportunities can be a very valuable practice. Recovering waste heat is one of the easiest and most utilized means of reducing energy demands at industrial facilities.
Some of the equipment being used to accomplish these goals are the same energy recovery products that Anguil has been supplying since 1978:
- Air-to-Air Heat Exchangers (Shell & Tube, Plate Type)
- Air-to-Water Heat Exchangers (Economizers)
- Air-to-Steam Heat Exchangers (Waste Heat Boilers)
- Air-to-Fluid Heat Exchangers (Oil, Glycol Loop)
- Power Generation (CHP-Combined Heat and Power)
- Energy Audits
With a custom designed heat exchanger system from Anguil, you can utilize exhaust heat from energy consuming processes or exhaust stacks and return it as process air, preheated combustion air or plant heat. From the smallest exhaust stream (100 SCFM) to the largest of exhaust streams (>100,000 SCFM), the Anguil family of heat exchangers can help you achieve up to 80% heat recovery. Trust Anguil to design the most cost-effective solution for your specific process.