Heat Recovery

Heat recovery system is a system that collects and re-uses the heat lost from a process. The process itself could be defined as capture of energy contained in fluids or gases that would otherwise be lost from a facility. The heat recovery system helps to be reduced the energy consumption of the process itself as well as to be provided heat or other type of energy to other processes. 

The recovery systems have both commercial and industrial applications. The general types of heat recovery equipment are gas-to-gas, gas-to-liquid, liquid-to-liquid heat exchangers; boiler heat recovery /condensate, flue-gas and exhaust/; regenerative devices etc. Heat sources may include heat pumps, chillers, steam condensate lines, power-generation equipment, and waste water lines.

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