One of the largest areas of energy consumption within a plant is its compressed air system. Air Compressor energy costs can account for 10 percent or more of a company’s total electricity costs and make up approximately 80 percent of a compressor’s total cost of ownership. The overwhelming majority of the energy used to run a compressor is converted into heat through the compression process, and this heat is normally left to absorb into the cooling cycle. A heat recovery system will reduce your energy costs.
Contact Cooled Energy Recovery System (ERS)
The Ingersoll Rand Energy Recovery System (ERS) provides a cost-effective way to reduce your energy bills and benefit the environment by capturing this heat and putting it to work. The Ingersoll Rand ERS coolant-to-water heat exchanger utilises the thermal energy captured in the compressor coolant to heat water up to 70°C (160°F).
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Oil Free Heat Recovery Solution
A control unit is installed between the compressor and the customers’ cooling and heating circuit. The compressor operates independently from the customers’ process.