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    Dear All,

    I'd like to ask if someone has experience with absorption/adsorption chillers utilizing industrial waste heat. The source is hot air and waste gases from industrial furnaces at 125C (not very high).

    The question is what refrigerant and adsorbent/absorbent can work with this heat source at this temperature. Also if anyone has experience with any manufacturers they can share their impressions and recommendations.

    I will appreciate every comment or experience on this topic.

    Cheers,
    Rumen
    Last edited by chillin out; 29-11-2009 at 02:31 PM.



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    Re: Absorption/Adsorption Chiller Utilizing Waste Heat

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    Do you mean 125F?

    because if you mean 125C that is high enough for both Ad and Absorption.

    if you are talking about 125F you will not get much performance out of an adsorption system.

    This could work for Adsorption, which is the big benefit of this technology greater performance at lower source temp.

    Since you are in china you could try contacting one of our China offices

    I do not know of anyone else currently developing an Adsorption chiller.



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