notes on Heat Recovery Systems


  • (a) Wherever steam is utilized for backhanded warming, the resultant condensate, which is to a great degree hot (around 80-90°C) is recuperated for re-use as heater sustain water, subsequently sparing a decent measure of fuel. This warmth recuperation technique is very com­mon and has been successfully utilized throughout the years. 

  • (b) Refrigeration frameworks utilized for aerating and cooling and icy stockpiles and diesel motor worked generators utilize extensive amounts of water for cooling. The warmth picked up by the water (at 40-45°C) is regularly dismisses into the environment in cooling towers. 

  • These machines have now been altered to recuperate the rejected warmth for warming, which thus is utilized as heater nourish water, subsequently sparing valuable fuel for warming water to sought temperatures.

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