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Combined Heat and Power

CHP

FG Wilson CHP Power solutions

We, in conjunction with FG Wilson, offer on-site solutions for the cogeneration of heat and power using Natural gas and Bio-gas fuelled generating sets.

Our engineers work with you to provide a CHP solution to meet the specific requirements of your application.

A typical CHP solution includes:

  • Heat recovery module consisting of:
    • Jacket water plate heat exchanger
    • Exhaust gas tubular heat exchanger
    • Control panel for system monitoring and protection
    • Thermostatic exhaust gas by-pass valve with actuator and manual override
  • Natural or Bio-gas spark ignited generating set.
  • On set monitoring and control.
  • Electric motor driven radiator.
  • Interconnecting pipework and fittings including pumps and thermostats rated to suit application.

Combined Heat and Power

Gen Model PG345B3 PG450B1 PG525B1 PG620B1 PG750B PG1080B2 PG1250B
Engine TA-Luft(kW)* 4006-23TRS1 4006-23TRS2 4008-30TRS1 4008-30TRS2 4012TESI 4016-61TRS1 4016E-61TRS
Energy in Fuel(kWth) 820 978 1119 1298 1782 2288 2574
Energy in Power1(kWm) 322 393 447 536 632 912 1042
Energy in Heat2 - Exhaust(kWth) 263 311 350 398 345 539 665
Energy in Heat3 - Coolant(kWth) 190 219 260 290 525 487 584
User Water Performance of Heat Recovery system is based on 100% continuous operation at test operating conditions and is therefore typical only – actual performance is established during detailed design.
Water Flow(kg/h) 28000 28000 27540 28800 30240 88200 43200
Water Temperature In(°C) 70 70 70 70 70 70 70
Water Temperature Out(°C) 84 86.5 90 90 95 80 95
Water Pressure Inlet(bar) 5 5 5 5 5 5 5
System Pressure Drop(bar) 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3
Heat Power Recovered 2 + 3(kW) 453 530 600 688 900 1026 1249
TOTAL Power Recovered 1 + 2 + 3(kW) 775 923 1057 1224 1532 1938 2291

* All generating sets comply with TA-Luft emissions standards. Heat Balance and Performance based on Natural Gas LHV at 34 MJ/m3 (930 Btu/cu.ft).

CHP Reference

Gostomel Glass factory – Energy Alliance, Ukraine

CHP

ENERGY in FUEL (fuel heat of combustion) = 2574kW (100%)

ENERGY in POWER OUTPUT - NETT (Engine shaft power) = 1042kW (40.5%)

INCORPORATING HEAT RECOVERY

ENERGY in EXHAUST GASES using TUBULAR HEAT EXCHANGER Recovered Energy = 665 kW (25.8%)

ENERGY in JACKET WATER using PLATE HEAT EXCHANGER Recovered Energy = 584kW (22.7%)

TOTAL POWER RECOVERED = 2291kW (89%) per unit

TverStekloPlastic Glass Fibre products, Tver City

CHP 2

ENERGY in FUEL (fuel heat of combustion) = 2574kW (100%)

ENERGY in POWER OUTPUT - NETT (Engine shaft power) = 1042kW (40.5%)

INCORPORATING HEAT RECOVERY

ENERGY in EXHAUST GASES using TUBULAR HEAT EXCHANGER Recovered Energy = 665 kW (25.8%)

ENERGY in JACKET WATER using PLATE HEAT EXCHANGER Recovered Energy = 584kW (22.7%)

TOTAL POWER RECOVERED = 2291kW (89%) per unit

Hypermarket “Gorod”, Moscow

CHP 3

ENERGY in FUEL (fuel heat of combustion) = 1795kW (100%)

ENERGY in POWER OUTPUT - NETT (Engine shaft power) = 632kW (35.2%)

INCORPORATING HEAT RECOVERY

ENERGY in EXHAUST GASES using TUBULAR HEAT EXCHANGER Recovered Energy = 365 kW (20.3%)

ENERGY in JACKET WATER using PLATE HEAT EXCHANGER Recovered Energy = 584kW (29.8%)

TOTAL POWER RECOVERED = 1532kW (85.3%) per unit

Skidelskyi Cheese Dairy, Belarus

CHP 4

ENERGY in FUEL (fuel heat of combustion) = 1119kW (100%)

ENERGY in POWER OUTPUT - NETT (Engine shaft power) = 447kW (40.0%)

INCORPORATING HEAT RECOVERY

ENERGY in EXHAUST GASES using TUBULAR HEAT EXCHANGER Recovered Energy = 350kW (31.3%)

ENERGY in JACKET WATER using PLATE HEAT EXCHANGER Recovered Energy = 250kW (22.3%)

TOTAL POWER RECOVERED = 1532kW (93.6%) per unit

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