Power Cogeneration

Motors or motor turbines require the work of plate heat exchanger gaskets that recover the energy located in the heat transfer fluids. Thus, the cooling process and calories valuation are produced more precisely.

This is why plate heat exchangers are suitable devices, together with tubular heat exchangers, to give a robust and efficient response to power cogeneration processes.

Therefore, the energy that is recovered through these processes is intended to networks of district heating, heating of greenhouses, and the increase of biomass and anaerobic waste.  Similarly, they are also useful for the mud condensation, condensate heating and hydro condensation.


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