A recovery boiler uses waste heat (flue gas) to generate steam for process purposes.
It is an ideal solution for energy concepts, including cogeneration. Used in conjunction with a cogeneration module, the HRSB steam recovery boiler can play a significant role in a strategy for efficient use of primary energy.
Hot flue gases from the earlier combustion process are fed into a recovery boiler and used to produce steam for process purposes.
The boiler is insulated, equipped with modern safety equipment and certified to meet the requirements of the PED pressure directive.
A bypass module is built within the boiler, in which the flue gas bypasses the boiler in the absence of steam collection, so that the cogeneration module or other waste heat source can operate continuously.
Its main advantage is to increase energy efficiency and benefit the environment by utilizing waste heat energy.
Even better efficiency is possible when using an optional integrated economizer.
A system of inter-matching modules simplifies design and reduces installation time, and enables easy commissioning thanks to factory presets of the boiler control system.