Also when individual production plants work optimal energy wise, thermodynamically it is perfectly possible that residual heat is still available. Recovering this for use elsewhere, is anyway profitable.
Mapping the available residual heat is done through measurements. This allows us to determine the nature of these waste heat flows, as well as the fluctuation in time. The possible residual heat requirement must be quantified at the same time. If the energy fluxes are out of sync, thermal buffering is after all necessary. Our attention is finally focussed on the heat recovery method, direct versus indirect systems.
Our heat recovery systems are characterized by robustness and reliability.