Pure Thermal’s Industrial heat pumps are cutting-edge technologies designed to provide efficient heating and cooling solutions for a wide range of industrial processes. These systems are highly energy-efficient and can significantly reduce both energy consumption and carbon emissions in industrial applications. They can produce temperatures as high as 120°C with a good COP, making the heat pumps suitable for direct use in district heating networks and other high-temperature applications.
Industrial heat pumps operate on the same basic principle as household heat pumps, which is the transfer of heat from one location to another. They use a refrigeration cycle to extract heat from a low-temperature source and transfer it to a high-temperature sink. This process can be reversed to provide cooling when needed.
Performance range: 30kW to 3000kW
Refrigerant: HFOs and Natural refrigerants
Medium temperature heating: +60°C to +130°C
Industrial heat pumps are advanced heating and cooling systems that play a crucial role in improving energy efficiency and reducing greenhouse gas emissions in various industrial processes. They work on the same principle as household heat pumps but are designed to meet industries’ high-capacity heating and cooling demands.
The future of industrial heat pumps is promising, with ongoing research and development focused on increasing their efficiency and applicability. Advancements in materials, control systems, and integration with renewable energy sources are expected to further enhance the performance and sustainability of industrial heat pump systems.
Industrial heat pumps are a vital component of modern industrial processes, offering energy-efficient solutions for heating, cooling, and waste heat recovery. Their adoption can lead to significant energy and cost savings while reducing the environmental impact of industrial operations. As technology continues to evolve, industrial heat pumps will play an increasingly important role in the transition to more sustainable industrial practices.
Pure Thermal’s heat pumps allow companies to use heat sources which would be otherwise difficult or impossible to use. For example, low-temperature waste heat from industrial processes can be used as a source of energy for district heating.
The best coefficient of performance can be achieved with combined heating and cooling (CHC). In CHC solutions, a heat pump cools down one part of a process and uses the extracted energy to heat up another part of the process, reducing the need for traditional forms of heating. This arrangement can be used to create a fully carbon-neutral heating and cooling solution.
Pure thermal Industrial heat pumps are installed with special ventilated enclosures.
This enclosure ensures there is no gas entrapped within the unit as well as no gas released inside the plant room hence making it best fit for installing inside a plant room within tight space.