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The dairy industry is very intensive when it comes to process heat consumption Pasteurisation, evaporation, skimming… From the moment the fresh milk arrives at the factories until it is packaged into final products, there are numerous stages that require thermal energy for processing, usually in the form of industrial steam. Normally in the form of...
Distilleries require a large input of industrial heat for their various processes. Operations such as fermentation or distillation, as well as the drying of some products, require an intensive input of process heat through steam or hot water boilers and sometimes also thermal oil or hot gas generators. Today, most companies in the distillery sector,...
As of today, the reference price of natural gas for the Iberian peninsula stands at 215 €/MWh. This is 14 times the price of 1 year ago. We are facing the biggest energy crisis since the 1970s and the survival of many companies is at risk. It should be remembered that this price increase cannot...
The chemical industry is a large consumer of industrial heat. Through its numerous industrial processes and depending on the working temperature and the type of application, chemical plants often require steam, thermal oil or hot water boilers. Until now, chemical companies have used fuels such as natural gas or diesel for the boilers installed in...
On 7th April last, our UK distributor, Tidy Planet, together with Turboden, explained what decentralised waste to energy plants consist of. In Europe, this solution has started to be implented due to the inherent savings in waste transport and the social protest against large incineration plants. Decentralised waste to energy systems consist of small and...
Still immersed in the covid-19 crisis, the logistics sector is growing stronger and improving exponentially despite the toll of suffering experienced by delivery drivers, drivers and operators of all kinds. Faced with a not-so-new era of internet shopping, those of us who manage transport for large teams, whether by land, sea or air, must be...
Installations of more than 5 MW must be adapted by 2025, according to European Directive 2015/2193, which is being transposed into national regulations. Finally, the European Commission harmonized minimum objectives in all member countries regarding limits of pollutant emissions into the atmosphere by equipment with average power (between 1 and 50 MW). For installations with...
Hot gas generatos for drying by means of biomass waste combustion are the reliable and economical alternative to Natural Gas. The European Union’s 2030 Climate and Energy Framework envisages, among other objectives, the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions by up to 40% (compared to 1990). This challenge will not be possible without the decarbonization of...

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