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Process Cooling & Heat Recovery

The Solution 

Many processes within industrial production lines require heat transfer/energy dissipation 365 days a year. At integratedAIR Systems we understand these systems and their importance in ensuring that production does not stop. Different climates can pose different challenges, with some enabling systems to be more energy efficient than others. These processes may be required in a range of industries – from food and beverage to industrial and chemical, we can design the best system for your needs and requirements.

Whatever the climate, we have a solution. Wherever possible, we will offer heat recovery so that dissipated energy from one process can be used as energy for another process within the production sequence. With years of experience in the industry, you can be reassured that your production line is in capable hands.
Process cooling and heat recovery

How Do Process Cooling and Heat Recovery Systems Work?

Industrial process cooling, by definition, is when a media such as water or water-based lubricant is required for a specific process to keep that process at a set temperature and keep it operating safely and efficiently. Heat is usually removed when the process media is pumped through a heat exchanger. 

Cold water on a separate pumping circuit is pumped through the heat exchanger in the opposite direction, with heat transferring from the process to the cool water through a series of thermal conducting plates; this is called conduction. The opposing flows are not mixed. Only the energy is transferred from them.

Types Of Systems We Provide

Automated waste handling systems are the next step in efficiency and cost-effectiveness for businesses. Major benefits of a tailored automated waste handling system include:

  •  V-Bank Dry Air Blast Coolers
  • Hybrid Air Blast Coolers (achieving efficiency of water towers whilst using only 5% of the water for the same duty)
  • Water Towers
  • Chiller Systems
  • Mixed Systems for efficiency modulating during different seasons

Hybrid Adiabatic Cooling For Minimum Water Consumption

  • Ambient air at high temperature passes through the adiabatic chamber
  • In the chamber, spray nozzles create a thick mist of water
  • The humidification of the air drops the temperature before it reaches the coils
  • A microprocessor automatically controls the sprayed water volume
  • Finned coils are kept completely dry and free of scale