Maximizing the benefits of heat regeneration reduces energy use


By Matt Hale

The recovery of as much surplus heat (or cooling capacity) as possible after the primary function of the heat exchanger has been performed can be reused to either improve the efficiency of the heat exchange process or used elsewhere. Recovery and reuse of industrial waste heat is an attractive concept that could simultaneously reduce energy costs and CO2 emissions.

Read the full article in ES&E Magazine’s October 2023 issue:

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