Bronswerk Heat Transfer can act as a project manager by - besides evaluating the various technical implications and possibilities – making economic assessments and helping obtain government subsidies.
Heat Pumps can contribute to an increased use of heat, which is now seen as waste heat. By adding roughly one-third of mechanical (electrical) power, the temperature of reasonable part of the waste heat can be raised to a level that is useable. Only one-third of the valuable electrical and two-thirds of the no-value waste heat will result in 100% useful heat.
Most processes are already optimized to use heat. Where possible, residual heat is reused at high temperatures in another part of the process or in other processes. Although at a certain point the temperature of the heat is no longer useable and must be removed. The removal of this waste heat costs money and energy. It can be by using heat exchangers that remove the heat to (sea or ocean) water, but in many cases it is transferred to ambient air with Air-Cooled Coolers. Both systems require investment costs for equipment and operating costs for pumps or fans. It is therefore better for the environment to use this waste energy.