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The benefits of heat regeneration in heat exchanger systems

Heat exchangers which employ heat recovery or regeneration should not be confused with ‘regenerative heat exchangers,’ which are a specific type of heat exchanger.

What we mean by heat regeneration at HRS is the recovery of as much surplus heat (or cooling capacity) as possible after the primary function of the heat exchanger has been performed. This can then be reused to either improve the efficiency of heat exchange process or used elsewhere.

To view examples and benefits of heat recovery, please visit this link:

 

Ruth Evans

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