Industrial Heat Pump

Many heat intensive production processes i.a. in the food & beverage, metals, and chemical industries require high temperatures, often generated electrically or by gas combustion.

Continuous energy intake is required in order to keep such process temperatures stable, compensating for the energy absorbed by the process and for heat losses to cooling media or to the environment.

By reclaiming such waste heat and upgrading it by way of the known heat pump principles of evaporation, compression, condensation and expansion, the resulting useful heat can be directly returned to the process, thus considerably reducing the external energy intake.

Significant savings may thus be achieved whilst reducing the carbon footprint of the production process.

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