Energy Recovery (GAS - GAS)


Cross-flow heat exchangers enable significant energy recovery in a wide variety of industrial processes. They preheat fresh air by recovering thermal energy contained in fumes evacuated through plant smokestacks.
The most common applications are preheating the air of furnaces or dryers, or the combustion air of burners.
The exchange takes place through thin flat plates (DAV Plate) or smooth tubes, usually made of stainless steel of various diameters and thicknesses depending on the required performance. Tube models are easily cleaned, especially on the inner tube side.


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