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THE HEAT PUMP SYSTEM AT THE MAUCLAIRE MALT HOUSE.

LE SYSTEME DE POMPE A CHALEUR DE LA MALTERIE MAUCLAIRE.

Summary

HEAT PUMPS ENABLE HEAT FROM THE EXHAUST AIR TO BE RECOVERED FOR USE AT A HIGHER LEVEL TO HEAT FRESH AIR. THE SOLUTION CHOSEN FOR MAUCLAIRE'S MALTING INCLUDES 2 HEAT PUMPS IN SERIES, DRIVEN BY GAS ENGINES. HEAVY SUBCOOLING AND A REFRIGERANT FLUID WHICH IS ADAPTED TO EACH CIRCUIT COMPLETE THESE ARRANGEMENTS WITH THE AIM OF INCREASING THE PLANT COP. POWER TO BE SUPPLIED BY THE INSTALLATION IS SUITABLE FOR RECIPROCATING COMPRESSORS WHICH HAVE THE ADDED ADVANTAGE OF FACILITATING REGULATION OF FLOW BY BY-PASSING THE CYLINDERS. THE COMPRESSORS ARE COUPLED DIRECTLY TO THE GAS ENGINES. ACTUAL COP AT THE SHAFT OF THE HEAT PUMPS IS APPROXIMATELY 7. THE INSTALLATION ENERGY OUTPUT IS 2.7.

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  • Original title: LE SYSTEME DE POMPE A CHALEUR DE LA MALTERIE MAUCLAIRE.
  • Record ID : 1986-0844
  • Languages: French
  • Source: [Refrigeration serving humanity]. Proceedings of the XVIth international Congress of Refrigeration.
  • Publication date: 1983/08/07
  • Document available for consultation in the library of the IIR headquarters only.

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