Heat Recovery Systems can provide significant energy and cost savings as well as environmental benefits.
Heat Recovery Systems are usually used in conjunction with one of our efficient cooling systems to provide supplemental heat during the winter months to reduce heating costs. During the summer months, water is diverted away from the air handler and sent directly to the main cooling system. Typical heat recovery systems consist of an air handler unit that acts as a water-to-air heat exchanger that provides both makeup air and heat for the melt shop.
|Zero Water Discharge
|No Condensation Problems When Used with a Diversion Valve
|Minimum Corrosion, Scaling and Electrolysis
|Ability to Recover Waste Heat for Plant Heating
|No Coolant Contamination
|Completely Closed-Loop Pressurized Circuit
|Additional Cooling may be Required for Peak Temperature Months
|Abnormal Temperature Protection
|Audible and Visible Alarms
|Trim Coolers for Additional Capacity
|Full-Access Water Pumping Modules