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Pozzi launches Recopac-coil heat exchanger for chimneys
Dec '15
The Recopac-coil heat exchanger from Pozzi Leopoldo, when mounted on a steaming machine makes available up to 50 kW of energy in the form of preheated water, using free heat that is normally dispersed.

“Recopac aims to become a standard tool to be inserted on the chimneys of textile machinery exhausting fumes at high temperature,” a press release from Pozzi stated.

According to Pozzi, the technology of construction has been derived from the optimal research of aeronautical turbines.

“It is based on the use of a micro-channel plate, formed by a continuous band of stainless steel which is pre-formed and welded with an innovative laser technology,” it added.

“This plate, once coiled, creates extremely light-weight recovery exchangers, while allowing for an exceptional surface density made available for the heat exchange,” Pozzi informed.

The same unit, capable of processing up to 4,000 m³ of exhausted fumes, can be used on the exhaust chimneys of a rameuse or heat setting and drying machines.

The absolutely modular structure of this recovery unit, allows for an easy balance between the cost of the investment and the expected results, covering a wide range of possible applications.

“The Recopac-coil recovery units are equipped with an effective self-cleaning system, which allows for continuous use at constant efficiency,” Pozzi said. (AR)

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