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Steam
DZL series biomass-fired steam boiler

Product thermal capacity:2 – 20t/h
Working pressure:1 - 2.5 MPA

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Hot water
DZL series biomass-fired hot water boiler

Product thermal capacity:1.4 - 14 MW
Working pressure:1.0-1.6 MPA

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Steam
SZL series biomass-fired steam boiler

Product thermal capacity:4-35 t/h
Working pressure:1.0-2.5 MPA

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Hot water
SZL series biomass-fired hot water boiler

Product thermal capacity:2.8-29 MW
Working pressure:1.0-1.25 MPA

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Steam
DHL series biomass-fired steam boiler

Product thermal capacity:20-75 t/h
Working pressure:1.25-5.4 MPA

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Thermal fluid
YLW series biomass-fired thermal fluid heater

Product thermal capacity:1400-29000 KW
Working pressure:0.8-1.0 MPA

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Waste Heat Recovery – Cool Energy

If not captured and used, waste heat is released to the atmosphere missing an energy efficiency opportunity. Waste Heat Recovery is the process of collecting waste heat and using it to fill a desired purpose elsewhere. It is Cool Energy’s novel technology that captures and converts this largely untapped waste heat to generate electricity.

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Waste Heat Recovery Unit after gas turbines - Alfa Laval

Alfa Laval’s Waste Heat Recovery Unit (WHRU) optimized for recovering waste heat after gas turbines. Application The waste heat recovery unit recovers thermal energy in the waste heat from the gas turbine exhaust gas, enabling generation of hot water, saturated steam or superheated steam. The WHRU is also capable of heating up thermal oil

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Industrial Waste Heat Recovery Systems | Sigma Thermal

Waste Heat Recovery. With the high cost and environmental impact of fossil fuels, heat energy is a precious commodity that cannot be wasted. Any exhaust gas stream with temperatures above 250°F has the potential for significant waste heat recovery.

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Waste Heat Recovery System Market: Comprehensive Study ...

Market Overview of Global Waste Heat Recovery System If you are involved in the Global Waste Heat Recovery System industry or aim to be, then this study will provide you inclusive point of view ...

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Echogen - Waste Heat Recovery Power Generation

Echogen converts wasted heat into higher value power. Learn about our waste heat recovery solution that creates economic, clean, reliable energy.

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Brochure: Waste Heat Recovery - Siemens Global Website

Waste heat recovery is an economic method to increase the overall efficiency of the plant and, thus, to lower fuel demand. Exhaust gas of various processes is carrying a huge amount of energy also referred to as waste heat. Often industrial processes produce enough waste heat to generate electricity. Waste Heat Recovery Units (WHRUs)

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Overview of Waste Heat Recovery for Power and Heat

Overview of Waste Heat Recovery for Power and Heat Dave Sjoding Northwest Clean Energy Application Center Washington State University Extension Energy Program Waste Heat Recovery for Power and Heat Workshop Chicago, IL September 29, 2010

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Heat Recovery Steam Generators - VEPS

through heat recovery from turbine/engine exhaust and (waste) heat recovery from industrial processes. The Group also offers heaters for various applications in the Chemical, Petrochemical & Refinery segments. Its services arm offers renovation and modernization solutions for old boilers and heaters. The major industry segments

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ORC systems for Waste Heat Recovery | TURBODEN

Waste Heat Recovery Turboden ORC units can produce electricity by recovering heat from industrial processes and in combined cycles with reciprocating engines and gas turbines. The power of Turboden turbo generators in this application generally ranges up to 20 MW electric per single shaft.

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Waste Heat Recovery - US Department of Energy

RD&D to advance waste heat recovery technologies. Technology needs are identified in two broad areas: 1) extending the range of existing technologies to enhance their economic feasibility and recovery efficiency, and 2) exploring new methods for waste heat recovery, especially for unconventional waste heat sources. Acknowledgement

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