Energy Recovered from Corrosive Air

Industrial heat recovery from corrosive and aggressive air and gas

A very large proportion of industrial air and gas processes include moist, corrosive and dusty air and gas with moderate temperatures (up to 160°C). Low energy prices in the past have made it possible to ignore this area completely from energy saving and conservation point of view. And since almost everybody ignored this energy conservation, the industry as a whole was simply able to get away with this wasteful practice. NOT ANY LONGER. Energy prices have been rising substantially for several years and are predicted to rise at an even higher rate in the future. To become more competitive, these vast potential areas of untapped energy conservation and recovery must be tackled head on. Even energy from the most corrosive air and gas containing acids and other substances can and must be recovered. And with GUPEX® corrosion resistant equiment this is perfectly possible.
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Air to Air Plate Heat Exchanger

The GUPEX® air to air (gas to gas) heat exchanger is almost exclusively constructed from glass fiber reinforced polyester (GRP), a tried and tested material in corrosive and hostile air and gas environments. The formula gives the heat exchanger long term resistance to acidic air and dusty and otherwise hostile atmospheres. The GUPEX® plate heat exchanger offers the advantages of:
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Gas to Gas Heat Exchanger for Scrubbers

GUPEX® gas to gas (air air) plate heat exchanger for heat energy recovery in flue gas and exhaust air and gas scrubber processes (e.g. flue gas desulphurisation - FDG) enables accurate control of air flow temperatures throughout the various stages in the flue gas scrubbing process. The heat exchanger also enables the recovery of energy which would otherwise be wasted.
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Air Air (Gas Gas) Heat Exchanger Technical Details

The GUPEX® air to air (gas to gas) plate heat exchanger is supplied in several different variants and in any size to fit the specific requirement of the installation.
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