17.11.2014 -> New generation of high temperature heat pump
A new generation of energy saving equipment, with natural refrigerant NH3 (GWP=0). The heat pump enables efficient use of low temperature sources of energy and increases use of renewable sources of energy. It decreases of costs for high temperature heating and lowers CO2 emissions.
The heat pump produces hot water up to 85˚C with high COP (even up to 9). Four types of high-temperature heat pumps are available: 500 kW, 1.4 MW, 4.4 MW and 9.8 MW.
Following low temperature heat sources can be used:
- Geothermal water temperature up to 55˚C.
- Heat of flue gases
- Low temperature sources of industrial processes.
- Waste heat of cooling system
- Heat of sea water, lakes, rivers etc.
UNIVERSITY OF MARIBOR
Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
Laboratory for thermo-energetics
dr. Darko Goričanec
+386 (0)2 22 94 476
2000 Maribor, Slovenia
Solution type: device
Sector: food sector, textile industry, ceramic industry, heating
Keywords: heat pump, high temperature, waste heat, flue gases