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Complete Waste Heat Recovery Solutions for Industrial Furnaces

Flue Gas Waste heat recovery (WHR) generally involves capturing and reusing the heat energy in industrial processes’ flue gases for the purposes of local heating, cooling or generating mechanical and electrical work.

Most waste heat streams are otherwise exhausted into the atmosphere, sometimes incurring costs to cool them down to prescribed temperatures.

Efficiency improvements resulting from WHR in industrial furnaces can be quite significant. The waste heat is considered an emission-free substitute for increasingly costly fuels or electricity. To date, a number of highly efficient technological solutions have been extensively developed to recover heat energy for a wide range of industrial furnaces including smelters, roasters, ovens, kilns etc.

Waste Heat Recovery Waste Heat Recovery

Waste Heat Recovery Waste Heat Recovery

Our Offering

Robust Technologies


In a bid to provide local manufacturers with personalized WHR solutions that conform to all their requirements, Dickinson Group of Companies, collaborates with leading world-class WHR technology suppliers around the world. The resulting offering is a complete array of highly robust and cost effective solutions which comply with stringent quality specifications and high safety standards.
 

Part or Full Project Finance


Research has shown that a number of commercially-viable WHR and cogeneration projects in the region remain un-implemented due to funding issues. Subject to projects meeting well defined financing requirements, Dickinson Group of Companies is in a position to organise off-balance sheet financing for the implementation of WHR Projects.
 

Flexible Business Models


To further enhance the viability of WHR projects, the company has packaged several highly innovative solutions within the context of flexible business models. The WHR p+rojects are developped in the following business models; Turnkey Engineering Procurement & Construction (EPC), Build Operate & Transfer (BOT) and Power Purchase Agreements (PPA). The last two models may allow industrial furnace operators to enjoy benefits from WHR solutions without having to directly deal with the major obstacles to WHR as follows:
 

Waste Heat Recovery Waste Heat Recovery

Waste Heat Recovery Waste Heat Recovery