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Today both the environmental and the economical issues are important parameters when designing the units and the systems. Heat recovery offers both substantial saving in operating costs due to the taxes of CO2 quotas and price for oil and gas in general.


Process heating becomes business, when focusing on the costs of energy :

Recent studies of European companies, using process heating in their production, - show that they in average are able to increase their net result (EBITDA) up to 50%, by reducing
the energy costs in their process heating system by 10% only.


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