Project Description

Decarbonation : 17 tons of CO2 saved based on an emission rate of 0.201 kgCO2/kWhth consumed

Energy savings : 87 MWhth saved per year

Your area : Haute-Marne (52) – region Grand Est

Sector : Metallurgy

Client’s needs – requests :

The feasibility study carried out for the foundry site concerns the energy optimization of the different areas of the company, namely

  • The Savelli area
  • The Epoxy Chain
  • The paint line

Various solutions specific to each of these areas have been devised.

Project issues:

Analyze the available waste heat deposits, energy needs and equipment efficiency improvements specific to each of the study areas.
As a result of this characterization, Eco-Tech Ceram sought the most relevant solutions to satisfy the energy requirement as much as possible and/or improve the energy efficiency of the workstations studied.
Each of the solutions was presented to the client via a complete report respecting the specifications of theADEME on feasibility studies.

Eco-Tech Ceram achievements:

Each waste heat recovery solution has been studied in such a way:

  • Study of the principle diagram
  • Sizing of equipment
  • Thermal study of the solution
  • Aeraulic study of the solution
  • Solution design
  • Energy and environmental balance
  • Costing of the solution
  • Economic study of the solution and financial arrangement

Each energy efficiency improvement solution has been studied in such a way:

  • Study of the modifications to be made to the equipment
  • Solution design
  • Energy and environmental balance
  • Costing of the solution
  • Economic study of the solution and financial arrangement

Description of one of the proposed solutions:

One of the proposed solutions, visible below, integrates a fatal heat recovery on the oil loop of the customer’s hydraulic power plant. This fluid gives up these calories in an exchanger of a power of. An air flow is heated through the exchanger and allows the direct preheating of the customer’s products.