Industrial & Commercial Waste Heat Recovery systems for retrofit and new applications
The Pure Thermal team have been at the forefront of the Industrial & Commercial Heat Pump sector for over 15 years and remains committed to delivering the highest performing systems to meet the demands of each application.
Pure Thermal understand that Industrial and Commercial applications are now demanding Industrial Waste Heat Recovery solutions that deliver both high performance levels and flexibility in application and this is reflected in the Industrial & Commercial Waste Heat Recovery Systems that Pure Thermal offers.
Existing or new facilities can now benefit from lower energy costs and significantly reduced Scope 1 & 2 Carbon emissions by incorporating a Pure Thermal Heat Recovery system into their facility or process.
In basic terms, the Heat Recovery system enables the production of hot water or heating outputs by recycling waste heat from either air or liquid flows.
This is achieved by using proven technology with systems that recycle the maximum amount of available waste energy to meet the required demand either in a direct runaround configuration or with Heat Pump included.
Providing Waste Heat Recovery Systems on a Supply & Commission/Maintain basis the Pure Thermal approach is application based with a committed approach to providing best advice from the initial concept through to more detailed Heat Pump Selection & Specification discussions.
Both Pure Thermal Waste Heat Recovery from Air Systems and Pure Thermal Waste Heat Recovery from Liquid Systems can provide very high temperature up to 120°C whist operating with the Lowest Global Warming/Low Carbon Systems.
Whether satisfying a retrofit application or a new project Pure Thermal has a range of high specification Waste Heat Recovery Systems from 30kW to 3000kW+ in capacity to match a specific applications demands.
Application flexibility is key which is why Pure Thermal Waste Heat Recovery Systems are able to operate with a source supply hierarchy based on highest temperature first. This delivers both the lowest operating costs and the highest levels of carbon savings. Pure Thermal Waste Heat Recovery Systems are available with a variety of configuration options to match an applications requirement.
As an example, many manufacturing facilities utilise cooling at the same time as producing hot water and heating via gas, oil or LPG quite often the cooling demand will exceed the hot water requirement which means that the energy required to produce hot water can be easily satisfied, via recycled waste energy.
Waste heat can be recycled by other means such as a direct waste heat collector being located within a hot production area which is able to utilise the residual waste heat from a manufacturing/production process and redirect this heat to remove or displace fossil fuel use.
For larger applications, the Pure Thermal PLUS SO System delivers a capacity of up to 3000kW+ providing the next generation of large capacity Waste Heat Recycling Systems.
Where waste heat recycling is required on a flexible basis to match the rejected heat from variable timed process operations then a Pure Thermal FLEX Waste Heat Recovery System can operate with dual or multiple waste heat streams.
Source Heat Pump but importantly also has the ability to operate with a second source to provide increased levels of efficiency.
For example, an application may have a rejected waste heat capacity that varies in time and capacity, this means that a waste heat flow is available only at certain times of the day which the Pure Thermal Waste Heat Recovery System would collect and store/accumulate for use later in a shift or process.
If this accumated heat capacity needs supplementing, then the system could use a second source such as external air to provide additional heat capacity if the waste heat supply is low in capacity or if the system requires additional heat supply resilience.
Waste Heat Recovery Systems can be provided by Pure Thermal for both retrofit and new projects.
Identifying the most appropriate system design is key to any project and to assist in this process Pure Thermal Waste Heat Recovery Systems can be provided with a Heat Recovery Ready Verification Service which identifies the most appropriate & available system options to deliver the highest level of efficiency.
At this stage, the type of Heat Recovery System is secondary as the focus is on providing best advice based on the opportunity that the application presents.
Contact The Pure Thermal Team for an initial discussion and you’ll find a best advice approach that’s geared completely towards matching the demands of your project with the most appropriate solution.
Heat Recovery is the recycling of waste heat which is a by-product of any cooling process. Pure Thermal Heat Recovery utilises practical and proven technology to recycle this waste heat in order to produce free and zero carbon heating and hot water.
Heat recovery can be an extremely cost-effective and practical means of achieving savings with respect to both carbon and energy costs. The recycled waste heat is already being produced by the cooling or refrigeration system and at present is rejected to atmosphere i.e. total waste.
15-300kW – retrofit or new installation
Existing or new facilities can now benefit from significantly reduced energy costs by incorporating a Pure Thermal Heat Recovery system into their installation.
In basic terms, the Heat Recovery system enables simultaneous cooling and hot water or heating outputs by recycling waste heat.
This is achieved by using proven technology that combines both cooling and heating outputs; this system recycles the maximum amount of available waste energy to meet the required demand.
Many manufacturing facilities utilise cooling at the same time as producing hot water and heating via gas, oil or LPG. A Pure Thermal site survey will identify opportunities to recycle the waste heat from cooling in order to achieve energy and carbon savings.
Quite often the cooling demand will exceed the hot water requirement which means that the energy required to produce hot water can be easily satisfied, via recycled energy.
*Efficiency will be dependent on individual project conditions and requirements, an individual illustration can be provided with regard to capital cost, operational costs and return on capital, based on actual site specific information.