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Rent a heat pump

Webinar on 24 January 2018

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Rent a heat pump

  1. 1. Evaluate a heat pump!
  2. 2. What are heat pumps Heat Pumps are devices that transfer heat from a colder area to the hotter area by using mechanical energy. Working of heat pumps is based on taking heat from the ambient air to deliver it for the processes which requires it, by exploiting the low boiling points refrigerants. It consists of an evaporator, compressor, condenser, expansion valve – the same as in a refrigerator which help in the tranfer of heat
  3. 3. Heat pumps operate on the principle of vapour compression refrigeration system. In takes in energy from any ambient resource such as air, water or underground, and increases the quality of heat by adding extra energy. This extra energy is added by using electricity. How do they work?
  4. 4. Applications Pretreatment/ Degreasing Hot water applications up to 70 C Washing Plating
  5. 5. Thermal systems like Boilers, Furnaces, Induction heaters and hot water generators etc can be replaced
  6. 6. Average Load (KW) 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 % Utilization (hours) 50% 22,680 23,940 25,200 26,460 27,720 28,980 30,240 31,500 60% 27,216 28,728 30,240 31,752 33,264 34,776 36,288 37,800 70% 31,752 33,516 35,280 37,044 38,808 40,572 42,336 44,100 80% 36,288 38,304 40,320 42,336 44,352 46,368 48,384 50,400 90% 40,824 43,092 45,360 47,628 49,896 52,164 54,432 56,700 100% 45,360 47,880 50,440 52,920 55,440 57,960 60,480 63,000 How much can it save? • An average of 40,000 per month
  7. 7. Case Study @Ashok Leyland, Ennore Existing Process After Heat Pump Conventional Source Electric Heaters Project Size 28 kWth Application Engine Head Washing Present Consumption 12 kWh per hour Temperature Range 50 – 60 C Units saved/ year 86,400 kWh Electricity Consumption 24 kWh Annual Carbon Abatement 73,440 Kgs
  8. 8. Case Study @ UCAL Fuels Demo: Nov 21 – Dec 9 2017 Existing Process After Heat Pump Conventional Source Electric Heaters Project Size 14 kWh Application Carburettor Washing Units saved 73.3 Units/day Temperature Range 65 – 70 C Cost Saved 16,894 per month (14kW) Electricity Consumption 6.34 kWh Percentage of Energy saved 46 %
  9. 9. Persona 02 Berry Books Highlights – Aspiration Energy Rental Scheme 01 Get into a 12 month contract to try a heat pump 02 Try a heat pump at ₹12,500 per month for 3 months (28 kW machine), cancel anytime within this period 03 After 3 months the rent revises to 25,000 per month
  10. 10. How do you measure what you save? The heat delivered can be measured with the help of just two temperatures between the heat pump outlet and inlet and a flowmeter to accurately measure the flow
  11. 11. Contact us at info@aspirationenergy.com to register before 28 Feb. Live Demo is available at IIT Madras Thank You Q & A

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