Heat to Cooling Absorption

Waste heat utilisation in a deep frying facility

Processes in the food industry often involve the use of large quantities of heat. Along with the cooling needed to cool the products, the high internal heat load induced by this high heat usage creates a considerable cooling demand in production rooms and this requirement can only be partially met by fresh air supply even during transition periods. If the use of heat in production is combined with suitable waste heat streams, an absorption chiller can often cover the base load of the cooling demand economically. See article

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