Heat recovery is a valuable way to reuse otherwise "dumped" energy to reduce overall running costs.
Waste heat from a process can be used to reduce a sites heating requirements, either for another process, or for general heating and hot water by the use of an additional heat exchanger on the main cooling circuit. This has the dual advantage of reducing heating costs, and those of the cooling system, as the cooling duty is at least partially served by the heat recovery system.
Free cooling is achieved by the addition of a dry air cooler into a chiller's process cooling circuit, using ambient air to provide some or all of the system's cooling duty when temperatures are low enough. The type of system has the advantage of reduced running costs with no reduction in operational capacity.
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