1. WASTE WATER HEAT RECLAIMER SYSTEM. 2.MASTER CONTROL PANEL
Kemco's Waste Water Heat Reclaimer System uses heat from the waste water from one operation to pre-heat the fresh water to be used in the next operation. This system utilizes a counter-flow shell and tube type stainless steel heat exchanger equipped with an automatic back flushing system guaranteed to eliminate any plugging or manual cleaning of the ex-changer. Capable of reducing water heating costs by 40 to 60 percent, a return on investment can be expected within a 12 to 24 month period of operation. Kemco heat exchangers come with a twenty year warranty. Kemco's waste water filter reduces total suspended solids in the waste stream prior to sewer discharge. Kemco's UL-approved pre-wired control panels are designed and constructed to meet the individual specifications of your equipment. In many cases, control of the entire water heating and delivery system can be achieved from a single control station. This not only reduces installation costs, but also simplifies the system's operation. Kemco's Monarch 5000 PLC based controls provide the flexibility and information required to maximize energy savings. They feature real-time and historical energy tracking, full color system graphics and modem accessibility for central monitoring.


3.WATER SOFTENER AND COLD WATER SYSTEM 4. TEMPERED WATER SYSTEM
Kemco's packaged water softeners are available in a wide variety of sizes. The straight forward valve and brine system design, coupled with rugged corrosion resistant tank construction, ensures years of trouble free operation. Softened water reduces scaling and can improve product quality while reducing chemical usage. Kemco's Cold Water Systems enable modem processors to benefit from the advantages of faster vessel fill times and shortened cycle times. The result is increased process equipment productivity. Several process water applications require that two pre-heated temperatures be produced from a single heat recovery device. A Kemco Tempered Water System provides controlled water temperatures in order to meet specific process water temperature requirements. The system make-up water controls regulate flow of water to the storage system. Tempered water saves energy by reducing the hot water requirements, providing warmer goods to the tumblers and allowing for better extraction.

 

 

5.BOILER STACK ECONOMIZER 6.THERMEFFICIENT 100 DIRECT CONTACT WATER HEATER.
Kemco's Boiler Stack Economizer can recover up to 80% of the waste heat found in the exhaust stack of a conventional gas-fired boiler. Process water temperatures up to 140°F (60°C) can be achieved while lowering boiler exhaust temperatures to as low as 40°F (5''C). Available in a single-stage model for normal pre-heating or a two-stage model where higher temperatures are desired. The units are capable of reducing fuel costs by up to 20 percent, thereby providing a rapid return on investment. The Thermefficient-100 is a tube-free unit that utilizes Kemco's patented direct contact water heating technology. Its unique internal design results in 100 percent energy utilization. Conventional units produce combustion efficiencies of about 80 percent, but actual boiler operating efficiency would be in the 60 to 75 percent range when allowances are made for boiler blow-down losses, flash steam losses, ambient heat losses and tramp air losses. It is the absence of these losses that permits the TE-100 to work more efficiently than conventional units. Tests conducted by a leading Chicago consulting engineer have shown efficiencies of 100%.

 


 

 

 

7. REUSE WATER SYSTEM 8.FLASH STEAM RECOVERY SYSTEM 9.STEAM WATER HEATER
Water reuse is one of the most important issues facing industry today and Kemco has the systems and expertise to provide the best solution. Costly water from certain operations in your plant can be filtered as necesary and delivered back to process. Our system will save water, reduce sewer costs, limit softening and chemical load and reuse residual heat. These benefits can lead to a 30% to 50% reduction in total water consumption and environmental impact. Each pound of condcnsate gives up approximately 144 BTU in the form of steam before it becomes water at 212T (100°C). This surplus of 144 BTU becomes steam (flashes) and escapes from the vent of the condensate receiver.This represents 11.8% of the fuel consumed. With a Kemco Flash Steam Recovery System all of this energy can be recovered and used. Conventional water heating equipment is available when an application requires that a shell and tube type heat exchanger be utilized in the system. System heaters are also available as retrofits. They can be supplied in a variety of configurations and capacities.