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1 The New Technology To Save Primary Energy And To Reduce CO2 Emission
TransHeat© The New Technology To Save Primary Energy And To Reduce CO2 Emission

2 Input > Output Primary Energy
Output only 30 to 50 % Waste heat is a result of almost every production process Many times waste heat needs to be cooled down by usage of additional primary energy

3 Waste Heat Mostly waste heat appears at times and places where it can‘t be used Waste heat can´t be stored efficiently and over long periods with common technologies

4 Usage of Waste Heat Waste heat is mostly used for heating and cooling applications on site or very near by The common application is usage for district heating systems

5 District Heating Very high investments in pipelines
Very high investments for maintenance High losses of energy due to long distances Immobile system

6 Latent Heat Storage During phase transformation, from solid to liquid, salts are storing huge amounts of enthalpy energy Loading Temperature 58° Celsius Heat Unloading up to 180° Celsius Max Thermal Power 0,5 MW

7 TransHeat© This new technology combines the advantages of district heating systems with those of latent heat storage systems not having the commonly known disadvantages

8 TransHeat© Waste heat can be collected at power and production plants
can be stored in mobile latent heat storage containers can be shipped to any place, where it can be economically used

9 Functional Principle

10 TransHeat© TransHeat© is connected in parallel to the building heating system By using a light industrial oil and a heat exchanger, the heat from the container is transferred to the medium used to circulate heat in the building (normally water)

11 Cooling 1 The local type of cooling system uses standard heat absorption technology It is installed directly in the customers building This system uses magnesium chloride with a melting point of 240,8 ° F Almost no electrical energy is necessary

12 Cooling 2 A centralized new type of absorption technique chills sodium acetate to a temperature of 32/21 °F, Connects directly to the AC system 53.6°F from the AC is replaced with °F from TransHeat©

13 An Application Headquarters of Clariant Germany Approx. 160,000 sqf
Annually 4,500 MWh consumption of primary energy for heating and cooling 3,5 MWh Container

14 CO2– savings : app. 5,550 t/a net savings
Saving of all primary energy consumption Heat 103,000 gal.oil (3.900 MWh/a) 1,143 t CO2 (10,06 kg/gal ) Electricity 900 MWh/a for AC t CO2 (739g/kWh) Cooling at plant 4,500 MWh el ,665 t CO2 (739g/kWh) Total CO2 pollution: ,581 t CO2 /a Minus CO2 pollution TransHeat transportation 24 t CO2 /a CO2– savings : app. 5,550 t/a net savings

15 TransHeat© Will not revolutionize the energy market
Will not replace common systems Can not be the absolute solution for environment problems

16 TransHeat© Is one possibility to help saving primary energy
Is one possibility to reduce air pollution Is one step in the right direction Is a system to be used in JI or CDM

17 TransHeat® Eureca AG Berliner Ring 163 64625 Bensheim Germany
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