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Heat Recovery excellence 

Eco-Friendly Natural Gas Energy Saving Evolution - sounds like Heat Recovery excellence!

We are delighted to share an update on a great example of our order, installed in October 2023 at Kaimann GmbH, part of the Saint-Gobain group. The heat exchanger has a significant impact on energy efficiency as well as environmental friendliness and contributes to realizing the Saint-Gobain Group’s 2050 net-zero carbon commitment.


Savings and Environmental Benefits that matter:


The heat exchanger we delivered was part of a larger investment that will pay off within few years. Even more impressively, this investment will save more than 250 tons of CO2 per year by means of heat integration.

Our heat exchanger is used for heat recovering from a Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer (RTO). The recovered waste heat is used to pre-heat air for combustion purposes, allowing our customer to deactivate two preheating gas burners. This results in a significant saving of more than a million kWh of natural gas per year.


Engineering Excellence:


In implementing this project, we have placed a tailor-made option for the customer. Our design obviates the need for compensators, ensuring a gas-tight configuration. What's more, it features easy access inspection hatches on the side walls, facilitating seamless maintenance. With a design fortified for resilience and flexibility, it flaunts 1.5 mm-thick tubes bent into hairpins.


The Vision ahead:


Our customer is currently testing all aspects of this system and is highly satisfied with the initial results.

The roadmap ahead includes the promising venture of retrofitting a second thermal afterburning unit with heat recovery, solidifying our commitment to energy efficiency and environmental guardianship.


We take immense pride in contributing to energy efficiency and environmental conservation. We eagerly anticipate the continuing chapters of our partnership with our valued customer, one that stands as a beacon of sustainable progress.

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