YOU HAVE GAS FIRED ENERGY EQUIMPMENT !?

DO YOU KNOW THAT YOU HAVE THE OPORTUNITY TO SAVE 7-14% OF YOUR NATURAL GAS CONSUMPTION, RESPECTIVELY 7-14% OF YOUR FUEL COSTS, IF YOU USE THE HEAT CONTAINED IN THE FLUE GASES FROM YOUR COMBUSTION EQUIPMENT (BOILERS, FURNACES, DRYERS, COGENERATORS), BY MEANS OF:

INDIRECT HEAT RECOVERY UNITS
INDIRECT CONDENSING HEAT RECOVERY UNITS (FLUE GAS CONDENSERS) EXTERNAL ECONOMIZERS
RECUPERATORS

“ECO-WAT” JSCo owns a specialized software for multi-variant thermal, hydraulic and aerodynamic calculations of flue gas heat recovery units with finned tubes.

“ECO-WAT” JSCo is one of the few companies in Europe that performs the dimensioning and design individually for each project, with a view to its unique peculiarities and operating conditions, and selecting among dozens of alternatives.


Fields of Application

Flue gas heat recovery has various applications:

  • Heating water or air for process needs, or other purposes;
  • Increasing the water temperature before entering the deaerators or boilers;
  • Independent water loop for heating or sanitary hot water (domestic hot water);
  • Heating other (liquid or gaseous) fluids.

The scheme for connecting the flue gas heat recovery unit on the side of the thermal fluid (normally water) is custom designed, depending on the available possibilities and the existing needs, after an inquiry form has been completed and the technical assignment has been specified.

It is possible to design the flue gas heat recovery unit with two independent loops, which will heat fluids for different needs.


Advantages of Flue Gas Heat Recovery

  • Significant heat savings (7-14%) obtained from the flue gases of natural gas fired energy equipment;
  • The capital invested in this type of installations has a remarkably short payback period /normally 3000-4000 operating hours/
  • A positive environmental impact is guaranteed:
    • Reduced CO2 emissions
    • Reduced thermal pollution of the atmosphere /flue gases at the exit of the heat recovery unit are normally with temperatures around 45-70oC/

  • In case of availability of a sufficiently cold fluid /below 30oC/, apart from the considerable heat gains from the condensation of the water vapors contained in flue gases, a reduction in the corrosive impact on the stack/chimney is obtained; in many cases a stack is not necessary.