This means lower connected loads for heating and cooling energy; lower energy consumption for heating and cooling; smaller or no boilers, chillers, technical centres, recooling plants, etc.; lower investment and operating costs; fewer pollutant emissions; and compensation of the temperature difference, i.e., the elimination or reduction of reheating for the desired flow temperature.
With the help of exchangers, it is possible to recover the superheat of the compressors as well as the condensate's and oil's heat. The uses of this heat vary depending on the temperature level. If the temperature level of the recovered energy is too low, it can be increased with heat pumps' help.
Based on our specialists' comprehensive analyses, it is possible to develop even more efficient solutions to meet all the needs of modern cooling/heating.