The outcome is that immediate reductions in energy costs and carbon emissions can be achieved and will continue to be achieved with minimal maintenance and intervention over future years.
The Green Thermal Energy integrated hub enables the highest level of return on investment to be gained by matching the available waste heat capacity that can be recovered from the application with the required level of heating or hot water energy that is actually needed on site.
This coordinated approach is coupled with a practical and flexible means of installation that allows complete compatibility and integration with other heat sources on site either on a new installation or retrofit basis.
Unlike other heat recovery equipment that usually provides a standard range of equipment sizes with a “one size fits all” approach, the Green Thermal Energy integrated hub utilises a bespoke format that is geared to providing the highest level of both value and performance in order to match the profile of use on each particular site.
Behind the Green Thermal Energy integrated hub system is the understanding that each application will vary and will call for different levels of heat transfer and different amounts of stored energy to meet a peak hot water demand. Hence the flexible design of the Green Thermal Energy integrated hub system acknowledges that the level of hot water required on one site may be different to the next, for example this could be due to the specification of dishwasher within a kitchen or the economies of other heat sources that may already be on site.
Therefore with this in mind any heat recovery system that is proposed must meet the specific demands of each particular application and this is why the Green cooling application team provide a design and specification support service in order that the correct system be specified to provide the highest level of return.
Experienced thermal design engineers will assess demand for heating and/or hot water with the objective of then designing a method of integration that takes maximum benefit of the available FREE recovered refrigeration energy whilst at the same time focusing on the reliability of the overall thermal system in terms of ensuring that the provision of services is