Energy recovery

Energy recovery has become incredibly important in all aspects of the commercial refrigeration industry in recent years. Supermarkets in particular comprise a significant proportion of energy use as well as heat waste disposal. The process of refrigeration has traditionally involved a substantial use of electric energy. Supermarkets, ice rinks, and warehouse food storage facilities have each drawn the attention of concerned consumers and environmental protection agencies. Carnot Refrigeration has addressed these concerns with the state of art development of their energy recovery systems for refrigeration.

Energy recovery is accomplished when traditionally discarded heat is rerouted for other uses in the production process. Energy recovery ventilation systems are widely popular among owners and operators of existing refrigeration equipment. Carnot Refrigeration offers modifications and customized adaptations of this type of machinery with the expertise of industry leaders. Virtually any existing equipment can be modified or adapted to accommodate green standards of energy recovery. Energy recovery ventilation systems are extremely adaptable, and can be customized to suit nearly any existing equipment. These energy recovery systems are extremely useful and efficient for reducing the hazardous impacts of heat waste upon the environment. They also preserve the use of expelled energy and conserve by efficiently distributing derived resources with those that are implemented. Carnot Refrigeration accomplishes these tasks in a variety of ways such as air heating and water heating.

Energy recovery is one of the most prominent concerns for consumers and corporations, particularly in the commercial refrigeration industry. Energy recovery equipment has been made available by several companies in recent decades, but none have perfected the model like Carnot Refrigeration. These industry leaders have accomplished with single units what entire companies have tried to revolutionize in years past. Taking the helm of the commercial refrigeration energy concerns, Carnot Refrigeration produced several equipment models and solutions to address these growing concerns. Energy recovery systems produced by Carnot Refrigeration can be custom ordered to suit existing machinery and equipment parts. These can be modified to create hybrid systems for optimal accessibility. Companies which choose to maintain existing systems and gradually switch to green solutions have options with the Carnot Refrigeration energy recovery units.

Energy recovery is accomplished in two major ways with the innovative Carnot Refrigeration system. Heat is absorbed during the process of cooling, and released at high pressures through stainless steel pipes. This effectually reduces the impacts of harmful waste, and utilized the absorbed heat as a form of energy. Energy derived from the absorption process can be derived to other components as heat recovery. Energy recovery is accomplished, and energy recovery units are efficient in reducing cost and harmful output. This allows the entirefacility to function on far less energy than traditional with systems. Synthetic chemical agents are replaced with less toxic and more natural solutions. CO2 is the preferred natural cooling agent in the Carnot Refrigeration energy recovery system. CO2 enables overall energy consumption to use half the kilowatt energy of traditional equipment, and reuses much of the derived heat from the cooling process. Cooling is conducted with the CO2 natural refrigerant in a safer, less hazardous method than with traditional agents such as ammonia. Ammonia refrigerants have significant risks associated with their use. These risks are extended to the environment, the consumer, and the product itself. Ammonia agents are raising the risk of harmful exposure workers and the product. When products are contaminated in the refrigeration process, they must be completely discarded and reordered. This is very costly for the company and its owners. In addition to product loss, harmful effects upon the environment have been noted by concerned experts. Environmental impacts have raised consumer concerns to provoke supermarkets and other users of commercial refrigeration to make the switch to the innovative Carnot Refrigeration energy recovery units.

Carnot Refrigeration systems have drawn the appeal of consumers, companies, and environmental protection agencies. Heat preservation and energy efficiency contribute to the efforts of environmentally aware companies and their consumers. Carnot Refrigeration provides the equipment to accomplish these goals without compromising product quality or increases profits. In fact, many companies report that they save significant resources, financial and energy sources, with the use of the Carnot Refrigeration model equipment than with traditional solutions. Traditional solutions require regular maintenance that is not necessary with energy recovery refrigeration systems such as those produced by Carnot Refrigeration. Energy recovery units preserve the integrity and functioning capability of the machinery and production processes, making their investment well worth the while.

Energy recovery units in refrigeration require the knowledge of experts from the initial model to the implementation process. Maintenance of these adapted equipement are also handled by the professionals at Carnot Refrigeration. Modification and adaption procedures for virtually any part of the energy recovery process are offered by the innovative engineers at Carnot Refrigeration. Their model with the latest technology, and system management have brought a new frontier to the refrigeration industry, particularly for commercial endeavors. Supermarkets, ice rinks, and storage warehouses are now extended accessibility to the benefits of energy recovery units for commercial refrigeration. Energy recovery ventilation systems bring a new aspect of environmentally friendly processing to the refrigeration industry. Carnot Refrigeration offers a new aspect of energy recovery for every faction of the refrigeration industry.