Novelty at the Agritechnica

Our CHiP tuner, a newly gas heat exchanger, has been introduced at the Agritechnica fair in Hannover

The CHiP-Tuner the new graphit exhaust gas heat exchanger of Green Energy convinces from economic and environmental view with its high efficiency and particularly low emission value. We use the residual heat of the thermal power station at 220° C. Due to the high thermal conductivity of graphit up to 30 % of the installed capacity can be converted into thermal energy in addition to the existing heat output. In previous attempts to cool the exhaust gas under 100° C, the main problem was that sulphuric acid was condensing and as a result the used materials in the heat exchanger like stainless steel were rapidly destroyed by corrosion. As graphit is the best corrosion protection against acids the CHiP-Tuner has a clear advantage. Especially for plants with a heat bottleneck or plants wich can bring additional heat to the market this is the perfect solution.

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Important terms

  • EEG

    Law for renewable energies, regulates the preferred feed-in of electricity produced by renewable energies into the network and guarantees the producers fixed feed-in payments. Into effect sind April 2000.

  • Renewable raw materials

    (abbrev. NawaRo, Nawaro or NR) are organic raw materials, which derive from agriculture or forestry and are specifically used for continuative purpose outside the food and forage sector – e.g. gras, corn, whole plant silage, …)

  • Thermophilic operation

    Biochemical degradation process (Biosynthesis) which takes place at a temperature of 50°C.

  • Whole crop silage (GPS)

    Often produced from cereal crops (wheat, triticale, barley,...) which are already in the "dough-ripe stage", green crop which has already developed grain. The whole plant is chopped (cut down), backfilled, pressed and stored under foils which are placed on top with the exclusion of air.