Co-owned by Aneo Industry, the heat pump converts 30°C waste heat recovered from Felleskjøpet’s manufacturing line.
The two RedGenium heat pumps will be part of a new heat recovery system that will convert waste heat to 92°C water, offsetting some of the factory’s heating demand.
Zudek, Müller and Aneo Industry will be discussing ammonia industrial applications.
The project, to be completed by the end of 2024, will resulting in a 45% decrease in gas use.
With heat extracted from 15°C mine water, Gateshead (U.K.) Council provides low-carbon heating for borough residents with a COP of 3.
The cascade system uses ammonia in the low-stage and water in the high-stage cycle.
District Heating Plant in Sweden Uses Ammonia Heat Pumps to Leverage Heat from Incinerator and Wastewater
With Vahterus heat exchangers, the plant provides heat for 10,000 homes.
The four chillers deliver a total cooling capacity of roughly 3MW (853TR) to the site’s five ice rinks.
Successful case studies in various applications demonstrate the potential to drastically reduce emissions.
Decarbonization is driving interest in high-efficiency ammonia systems for industrial uses.