Exhaust Heat Exchanger

Exhaust heat exchangers are used to increase the efficiency of stationary engines such as those in co-generation plants. Energy is taken from the hot engine exhaust gases and transferred to a secondary medium. This secondary medium is usually water, a water-glycol mixture or thermal oil. The energy can be further used efficiently without being lost as exhaust heat. Typical applications are local and district heating plants, adsorption refrigeration systems and other industrial uses.

Exhaust heat exchanger, horizontal

Exhaust heat exchanger with slide-in housing, integrated in the first chamber

Exhaust heat exchanger with bypass

Exhaust heat exchanger with head for the insertion of a clamp strapped catalytic converter by AIR-SONIC

Exhaust heat exchanger in combination with an exhaust silencer

Separate safety engineering for exhaust heat exchangers