Misubishi eti and etw heat pump presentation may 4th, 2011 rev.1
ETI and ETW – High Efficiency CentrifugalChiller and Centrifugal Heat PumpMay, 2011 Thermal Technologies Europe AB | www.thermatec.se | email@example.com
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ETI Series Small Capacity Range (Built in inverter) Large Capacity Range ＡＡＲＴ, ＡＡＲＴ-Ｉ ETI527kW 1,758kW 17,580kW Cooling Capacity• Small capacity for air-conditioning and small plant• CO2 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 SeriesEquivalent to large size product IPLV (Integrated Part Load Value) 10.2 Max. COP at part load Capacity Control 23.8 100% ～ 10%ETI-20,40 Inlet temperature of cooling water: 12℃
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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 CO2.• 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 Supply of max. 90°C hot water utilizing surplus waste heat of 10 to 50°C.Outgoing temp. of hot water (°C) ETW-L NEW Overall COP 6.5 Heating COP 3.7 Cooling COP 2.8 ETW-H Heating COP 4.5 Entering temp. of heat source water (°C)
Performance of ETW-H Heating COP Rated COP achieved entering temperature of heat source water 45℃and leaving 4.5 temperature of hot water 80℃ Hot water power output Heating COPEntering temp. of heat source water（℃） Entering temp. of heat source water（℃）
Performance of ETW-L Heating COP Overall COP achieved entering Heating COP 3.7 temperature of heat source water 50℃and 6.5 Cooling COP 2.8 leaving temperature of hot water 90℃ Hot water power output Heating & Overall COP ( ) : overall COPEntering temp. of heat source water（℃） Entering temp. of heat source water（℃）
Common specification Equivalent to 1-ton once- through steam boiler 3φ 380 to 440VETW-L Main power ※Auxiliary power source :2.0ｍ source 3φ 200 to 220VACETW-H (only ETW-H)2.1ｍ Refrigeration HFC-134a Remote Support in monitoring maintenance ETW-L 1.55ｍ ETW-L 1.2ｍ ETW-H 2.2ｍ system by MHI contract ETW-H 1.2ｍ monitoring center (option)
Specification of ETW-HOutgoing temp. Of hot water 80°CHot water power output 627 kWFlow rate of hot water 107,8 m3/hTemperature of heat source Ingoing 45°C / Outgoing 40°CFlow rate of heat source 84,9 m3/hCharge qty. of refrigerant 195 kgElectric power consumption 136,2 kWCOP 4.5Dimensions (L) 2,2 x (W) 1,2 x (H) 2,0 mShipping weight 3150 kgOperational weight 3610 kg
Specification of ETW-LOutgoing temp. Of hot water 90°C 80°C 70°CHot water power output 547 kW 404 kW 340 kWFlow rate of hot water 48,3 m3/h 35,6 m3/h 29,8 m3/hTemperature of heat source Ingoing 50°C Ingoing 20°C Ingoing 10°C Outgoing 45°C Outgoing 15°C Outgoing 5°CFlow rate of heat source / 73,1 m3/h 48,5 m3/h 40,6 m3/hchilled waterCooling capacity 419 kW 282 kW 237 kWElectric power consumption 147,5 kW 146,8 kW 123,9 kWOverall 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 2,0Shipping weight 2400 kg 2400 kg 2400 kgOperational weight 2700 kg 2700 kg 2700 kg
ETW system example 10-50 ℃ Heat source ETW Evap. 35℃ Effective utilization Exhaust heat so far 30℃ wasted to atmosphere Econ.Inverter Compressor Cooling tower 80℃ Heat the water from 90℃ 80℃ to 90℃ for Cond. process line by utilizing 50 ℃ 90℃ supply line to process exhaust heat
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 1Sterilization of equipment at food factories. Boiler Before Hot-water tank Sterilization equipment of (inlet) foods factory Hot-water tank (outlet) Replacing one out of 3 boilers with ETW After ETW Hot-water Sterilization equipment of tank foods factory (inlet) Hot-water tank (outlet)
Application example 2Keeping cleaning tank at metal components line warm. Before Boiler Waste Cleaning line Hot-water heat tank (inlet) Kept at 60℃ Hot-water Replacing one tank (outlet) of 3 boilers Heat exchanger Cleaning tank Cooling tower with ETW ETW Cleaning line After Hot-water tank (inlet) Hot-water tank (outlet)
CO2 emission and running cost reduction of ETW-H Compared to the oil boiler, annual CO2 emission is about 70% and annual running cost is about 50%. ■Reduction Effect ■Reduction Effect (Annual Amount of CO2 Emission) (Annual Running Cost)Amount of CO2 Emission ( ton/year ) Running Cost ( mil. JPY/year ) Oil boiler Gas boiler ETW-H Oil boiler Gas boiler ETW-H
CO2 emission and running cost reduction of ETW-L Compared to the oil boiler, annual CO2 emission is about 70% and annual running cost is about 40%. ■Reduction Effect ■Reduction Effect (Annual Amount of CO2 Emission) (Annual Running Cost)Amount of CO2 Emission ( ton/year ) Running Cost ( mil. JPY/year ) Oil boiler Gas boiler ETW-L Oil boiler Gas boiler ETW-L
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