HRS Heat Exchangers produce heat exchangers and provide system solutions with a focus on renewable energy for the environmental sector. Use the links to explore how our products can be used in the waste water, sewage sludge, anaerobic digestion (biogas) and biofuels sectors.
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Evaporation & Concentration of Environmental Waste Streams
Evaporation is a proven and effective way of reducing the volume of many waste streams. HRS Heat Exchangers offer solutions for the evaporation and concentration of waste streams from a wide variety of industries, such as water treatment, bioenergy and food production. A common issue when treating certain waste streams with standard evaporation technologies (such…Read More
Pasteurisation of Sludge
The heating and concentration of waste water streams and sludge is an essential process in many industries, not just water treatment. In particular pasteurisation of sewage sludge and digestate (biosolids) to make them biologically safe for further processing, disposal or use is a key process. Two common issues with some other sludge pasteurisation systems are…Read More
Thermal hydrolysis is a process where the long chain molecules which form cellulose and hemicellulose are broken apart using heat in order to obtain the constituent parts of the molecules. This makes it an economic pre-treatment for biomass being used to produce bioethanol or biogas. Given that cellulosic biomass is plentiful, it has attracted interest…Read More
Waste water can take many forms, from relatively clean water which has been used for heating, cooling or minor processing, through to heavily contaminated water and sludge generated by industrial processes and cleaning activities. The recovery of valuable materials from waste streams, together with the treatment of fresh water sources to prevent product or equipment…Read More
Biogas is a gaseous fuel containing large amounts of methane (biomethane) which is produced by the anaerobic digestion of biological material under controlled conditions.Read More
Biodiesel is any kind of biofuel made from animal fats and vegetable oils, either new or recycled. It is the most common biofuel in Europe and is produced mainly from soy, sunflower, palm oil and jatropha but also from other vegetables like rapeseed, mahua, mustard, flax and even algae. Please keep on reading about our…Read More
Bioethanol is the most common biofuel worldwide, based on alcohols produced by the fermentation of sugars contained in corn, wheat, sugar beet, sugar cane, etc. The process also frequently produces a co-product called distiller’s grains, which is a high protein animal feed. HRS Heat Exchangers produce a number of heat exchanger solutions for bioethanol production…Read More
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