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Comment Heat Transfer

Raising the bar for heat pumps up to 95°C

By Mary Page Bailey and Gerald Ondrey |

The RedGenium heat pump, combined with the new Grasso V XHP reciprocating compressor (photo), enables the provision of temperatures of 95°C with high efficiency. In addition to the temperature advantage, the largest V XHP compressor also offers almost double the capacity compared to previous models. The new system is well-suited for many processes with high heat-load requirements. Electrically driven heat pumps can replace conventional fossil-fuel-based heating systems. They use either available process waste heat or other heat sources from the environment and transfer the heat to a high temperature level. — GEA Group AG, Düsseldorf, Germany

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