Heat recovery in sanitary-ware industry applied to water and energy saving by multi-effect distillation

Autores: Cuviella-Suárez, C. Sanitary-ware industry, as a sub-sector in the ceramic industry, is a great consumer of energy and water, although there are some opportunities to reduce the global consumption, especially for factories based on resin molds technology. This research aims to show the way to reduce drastically water consumption by recovering waste heat into a multi-effect distillation system to re-use most of the flushing water. This […]

Energy Saving In Ceramic Tile Kilns: Cooling Gas Heat Recovery

Autores: Mezquita, A. Boix, J. Monfort,E. Mallol, G Fuente: Appl. Thermal Eng. , In press doi: 10.1016/ j.applthermaleng.2014.01.002. , 2014 A great quantity of thermal energy is consumed in ceramic tile manufacture, mainly in the firing stage. The most widely used facilities are roller kilns, fuelled by natural gas, in which more than 50% of the energy input is lost through the flue gas and cooling gas exhaust stacks. […]



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