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John O | April 2019

Heat exchanger manufacturer releases two new products for converting waste heat

By Josh Perry, Editor


German heat exchanger manufacturer Kelvion has released two new technologies, the Exhaust Gas Heat Exchanger and the EcoMi modular economizer, for recovering and converting waste heat in industrial applications to reduce emissions and boost efficiency.


Kelvion has released two new products for waste heat recovery and conversion.
(Kelvion Holding GmbH)


According to Kelvion, “The Exhaust Gas Heat Exchanger transfers heat produced by exhaust gases from combustion engines to a liquid. When heated up, this liquid can be used in cogeneration plants, combined heat and power plants, district heating systems, on board ships, biogas plants and furnaces.”


The product was designed in a compact package that enables it to fit into tight spaces. It is composed of stainless steel and can handle temperatures up to 550°C. There is a compact-fin heat exchanger that is easily maintained or replaced and stainless-steel tubes that can be easily cleaned or unclogged.


Kelvion added, “The EcoMi takes our economizer solutions to the next level. An economizer is a type of heat exchanger that recovers residual heat from oil, gas or wood-fired boilers for reuse in other thermal operations. This new model combines the economizer’s proven economic advantages with a modular design, leading to even more savings and versatility.”


The EcoMi uses multi-stage dry/wet systems and is available in carbon steel and stainless steel. It can be installed in horizontal or vertical orientations and with different tubing materials depending on the application.


Read more about these new heat exchanger designs at https://www.kelvion.com/company/press-release/kelvion-launches-two-new-produ.

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