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    Misubishi eti and etw heat pump presentation may 4th, 2011 rev.1 Misubishi eti and etw heat pump presentation may 4th, 2011 rev.1 Presentation Transcript

    • ETI and ETW – High Efficiency Centrifugal Chiller and Centrifugal Heat Pump May, 2011
    • About Thermal Technologies - THERMATEC™
    • About Thermal Technologies
      • THERMATEC TM sourcing competitive technology globally.
      • THERMATEC TM agrees large volumes covering many countries.
      • THERMATEC TM goes to market either direct or through suitable partners.
      • THERMATEC TM cooperates with consultancies and installation companies to deliver complete projects, consultancy services and aftermarket services when requested.
    • About Thermal Technologies
      • THERMATEC TM supplies local and international markets with high quality products, complete projects, consultancy services and aftermarket services.
      • THERMATEC TM have a network of highly reputable partners to ensure that we always put the right skill set in place for a given project.
      • THERMATEC TM tailor our offering to meet the business issues of our clients and to bring the best return of investment.
      • THERMATEC TM product offering consist of energy recovery technology like absorption chillers and heaters, centrifugal chillers and heat pumps, frequency inverters as well as field instrumentation, valves and controls.
    • Inverter Driven Centrifugal Chiller – ETI
    • ETI Series Large Capacity Range AART , AART - I Small Capacity Range (Built in inverter) ETI Cooling Capacity 1,758kW 527kW 17,580kW
      • Small capacity for air-conditioning and small plant
      • CO 2 emission reduction by built-in inverter panel
    • ETI Series
      • Cooling capacity: 527 to 1758 kW
        • Basic capacity: 703 kW
      • Power supply voltage: 380 to 440 VAC
      ETI-15,20,25    ETI-30,40,50   
    • ETI Series
      • Equivalent to large size product
      IPLV (Integrated Part Load Value) 10.2   Max. COP at part load 23.8   Capacity Control 100% ~ 10%   ETI-20,40   Inlet temperature of cooling water: 12℃
    • Centrifugal Heat Pump – ETW (Heat Recovery Type)
    • ETW Features
      • Supply of max. 90°C hot water utilizing surplus waste heat at wide temperature range.
        • Chilled and hot water can be supplied at the same time under certain conditions.
      • Save cost and CO 2 .
      • Advanced temperature control system.
      • Constant control of hot water outgoing temperature.
    • ETW Features
      • Short start-up time.
      • Operating by remote control.
      • Ingoing temperature of hot water is variable and outgoing temperature of hot water is fixed (option) .
      • Remote monitoring system (option) .
    • Wide range of applications NEW ETW-L Overall COP 6.5 Heating COP 3.7 Cooling COP 2.8 ETW-H Heating COP 4.5 Outgoing temp. of hot water ( °C) Supply of max. 90 °C hot water utilizing surplus waste heat of 10 to 50 °C. Entering temp. of heat source water ( °C)
    • Performance of ETW-H Rated COP achieved entering temperature of heat source water 45℃and leaving temperature of hot water 80℃ Heating COP Hot water power output Entering temp. of heat source water (℃) Entering temp. of heat source water (℃) Heating COP 4.5
    • Performance of ETW-L Entering temp. of heat source water (℃) Entering temp. of heat source water (℃) Hot water power output Heating COP 3.7 Cooling COP 2.8 Heating & Overall COP ( ) : overall COP Overall COP achieved entering temperature of heat source water 50℃and leaving temperature of hot water 90℃ Heating COP 6.5
    • Common specification    Equivalent to 1-ton once-through steam boiler ETW-L 1.2 m ETW-L 1.55 m ETW-H 2.1 m ETW-L 2.0 m ETW-H 1.2 m ETW-H 2.2 m Main power source 3φ 380 to 440V ※ Auxiliary power source : 3φ 200 to 220VAC (only ETW-H) Refrigeration HFC-134a Remote monitoring system by MHI monitoring center Support in maintenance contract (option)
    • Specification of ETW-H Outgoing temp. Of hot water 80°C Hot water power output 627 kW Flow rate of hot water 107,8 m 3 /h Temperature of heat source Ingoing 45°C / Outgoing 40°C Flow rate of heat source 84,9 m 3 /h Charge qty. of refrigerant 195 kg Electric power consumption 136,2 kW COP 4.5 Dimensions (L) 2,2 x (W) 1,2 x (H) 2,0 m Shipping weight 3150 kg Operational weight 3610 kg
    • Specification of ETW-L Outgoing temp. Of hot water 90°C 80°C 70°C Hot water power output 547 kW 404 kW 340 kW Flow rate of hot water 48,3 m 3 /h 35,6 m 3 /h 29,8 m 3 /h Temperature of heat source Ingoing 50°C Outgoing 45°C Ingoing 20°C Outgoing 15°C Ingoing 10°C Outgoing 5°C Flow rate of heat source / chilled water 73,1 m 3 /h 48,5 m 3 /h 40,6 m 3 /h Cooling capacity 419 kW 282 kW 237 kW Electric power consumption 147,5 kW 146,8 kW 123,9 kW Overall COP (Heating COP) 6,55 (3,71) 4,67 (2,75) 4,66 (2,75) Dimensions L x W x H 1,6 x 1,2 x 2,0 1,6 x 1,2 x 2,0 1,6 x 1,2 x 2,0 Shipping weight 2400 kg 2400 kg 2400 kg Operational weight 2700 kg 2700 kg 2700 kg
    • ETW system example 10-50 ℃ Heat source ETW Inverter Evap. Cond. 35℃ 30℃ 80℃ 90℃ 90℃ supply line to process Cooling tower wasted to atmosphere Exhaust heat so far Heat the water from 80℃ to 90℃ for process line by utilizing 50 ℃ exhaust heat Econ. Compressor Effective utilization
    • Application examples for ETW
      • Industrial and energy related heat recovery applications
      • Heating of pure water for cleaning
        • Semiconductor, pharmaceutical
      • Heating of water in process
        • Food, dairy, pulp & paper, energy, chemical, refining etc.
      • Sterilization at 90°C
      • Dry heating of paint
        • Automotive etc.
    • Application example 1 Sterilization of equipment at food factories. Hot-water tank (inlet) Hot-water tank (outlet) Hot-water tank (inlet) Hot-water tank (outlet) Sterilization equipment of foods factory Sterilization equipment of foods factory After Before ETW Replacing one out of 3 boilers with ETW Boiler
    • Application example 2 Before After ETW Replacing one of 3 boilers with ETW Boiler Hot-water tank (inlet) Hot-water tank (inlet) Hot-water tank (outlet) Hot-water tank (outlet) Heat exchanger Cleaning line Cooling tower Waste heat Cleaning tank Cleaning line Kept at 60℃ Keeping cleaning tank at metal components line warm.
    • CO2 emission and running cost reduction of ETW-H Oil boiler Gas boiler Oil boiler Gas boiler ■ Reduction Effect (Annual Running Cost) ■ Reduction Effect (Annual Amount of CO2 Emission) Amount of CO2 Emission ( ton/year ) Running Cost ( mil. JPY/year ) Compared to the oil boiler, annual CO 2 emission is about 70% and annual running cost is about 50%. ETW-H ETW-H
    • CO2 emission and running cost reduction of ETW-L Oil boiler Gas boiler Oil boiler Gas boiler ■ Reduction Effect (Annual Running Cost) ■ Reduction Effect (Annual Amount of CO2 Emission ) Amount of CO2 Emission ( ton/year ) Running Cost ( mil. JPY/year ) Compared to the oil boiler, annual CO 2 emission is about 70% and annual running cost is about 40%. ETW-L ETW-L
    • Combination of ETI and ETW
    • Sample system – combination of ETI and ETW