Heat pumps

An (industrial) heat pump is mainly used to valorise waste heat from industrial processes, to bridge the difference in temperature levels between heat demand and heat supply.

With a heat pump, the (usually low) temperature of a waste heat flow can be increased by approx. 50°C, allowing the heat to be used for more applications. This waste heat comes e.g. from flue gases from refrigeration plants or dryers. The heat obtained with the heat pump can be used for high-temperature applications (80-90°C) such as process water or drying air.

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