The May 2016 issue of Chemistry World features Qpinch and our award winning chemical heat transformer.
The Qpinch Heat Transformer recovers residual heat from 40 °C / 104 °F and up. It is applicable on a megawatt scale throughout all major industries that use industrial heat, including food and feed, oil & chemicals, paper and pulp, cement and manufacturing.
We can transform residual heat to new process heat with temperature increases of up to 100 °C / 180 °F.
Marginal electrical energy consumption and paybacks from 3.5 years.
If you have wasted heat above 40°C / 104 °F and on a megawatt scale, contact us.
Steam, hot liquid, vapors and condensate contain a lot of residual energy that is now released in the atmosphere – either directly or via cooling. Typical temperatures of wasted heat lie between 40 and 150 °C (104 and 302 °F).
Waste heat is captured and transformed into industrial heat by using a physicochemical process consuming only a marginal electrical energy input.
We recover 50% of your residual heat and transform it into new process heat with temperatures of up to 230 °C / 446 °F. Our technology is megawatt scale.
Qpinch technology pumps wasted heat over the pinch point of industrial assets. We realize temperature lifts of up to 100 °C / 180 °F, resulting in an output of industrial heat between 50 and 230 °C (122 and 446 °F).
We use a natural chemical reaction to capture waste heat and to transform it into process heat.
Easy to integrate in existing and future assets across all industries.
Our technology improves energy efficiency and emissions with paybacks between 3 and 5 years.
Depending on the available waste heat, Qpinch realizes an exceptional temperature lift of up to 100 °C / 180 °F.
We can quickly assess your specific case.
Our team has extensive experience with energy balances, and with identifying opportunities for turning residual industrial heat into energy.