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Comment Heat Transfer

This new heat exchanger makes use of exhaust gases

By Chemical Engineering |

Kelvion Holding

The new Exhaust Gas Heat Exchanger (EGHE; photo) 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, heating systems, biogas plants and furnaces. Its compact design makes the EGHE well suited for processes where space is limited. Made from high-alloyed stainless steel, the EGHE can handle temperatures up to 550°C. Its sturdy design withstands high continuous stress caused by vibration and pressure pulsation. The EGHE is equipped with a compact finned-heat-exchanger module, which is easily replaceable and service-friendly. Compact fin-tube bundles, which are completely made out of stainless steel, are insensitive to soiling and easy to clean with high pressure and cleaning agents. — Kelvion Holding GmbH, Bochum, Germany

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