Geothermal stack of BPHEs
Geothermal energy storage is a new energy-saving application with promising future growth potential. Reduced fossil fuel burning and a 95% reduction of CO2 emissions are clear advantages of this system.
Environmentally friendly supermarket
Keeping food fresh with CO2 and brine. Supermarket refrigeration systems commonly use synthetic refrigerants such as R404A and R22.
Ecology meets economy in a sustainable office building
The Slovak city of Košice has recently seen the construction of a new and innovative building – the EcoPoint Office Center.
Dutch university building gets pioneering climate system
The stunning new building for the Centre for Life Science at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands will boast a revolutionary climate system reducing the energy used for heating and cooling by 60%.
Clean or untreated water? A BPHE works with both
Industries around the world have to face the challenge of water contamination due to insufficient filtration.
Cooling of test engine
SWEP BPHE’s are widely used within test equipment for engine development, where they both serve for realistic engine operation and accuracy in measurement equipment.
Cooling food with transcritical CO₂
The majority of scientists agree that the world’s climate is changing, and that the cause is human activity.
Container with cooling capacity
Cooling facilities in ambient temperatures of up to 50 °C are a well-known challenge in the industry. SWEP's containerized, Energy Transfer Stations for district cooling provide the solution.
Co-generation engine cooler
There are different ways to make electricity. In this case a combustion engine, driven by natural gas, is used.
What happened to all that sticky oil?
Most travelers on passenger ships will probably never have the chance to see the impressive machinery needed to run the ship.
Small details count on the high seas
Designing and constructing marine engines is one of the biggest challenges a manufacturer can face. As well as meeting tough demands for accessibility and output, the engines must be able to withstand huge stresses, depending on the load and climatic conditions. And space is a critical variable — the more compact the engine, the more space there is for cargo, and the simpler it is to carry out maintenance.
Turkey promotes a more sustainable society
Turkey is currently experiencing an increase in population combined with an urbanization rate that has risen rapidly, from 53% in 1990 to 75% in 2008. New buildings are constantly being erected in urban areas, and it is necessary to find cost-effective ways to save energy.