Cogeneration

Combined Power, Chilled Water and Hot Water

In cogeneration, a gas turbine, or several in parallel, drives generator(s) sized for the electrical demand for a factory or campus to power its equipment, HVAC, process cooling, heating and refrigeration systems. The hot exhaust is used to create hot water and/or steam and chilled water in absorption systems.

In FCS plants, the Combined Cooling, Heating and Power is achieved using the turbine generator, flue gas heat, or using a gas-fired section, or a blend of both fuels. Even low quality waste heat is acceptable for some applications. We work closely with turbine and absorption chiller manufacturers to deliver balance-of-plane infrastructure.

Some absorption chillers can produce chilled water/glycol to 32°F, making it suitable for factory processes that can benefit from very cold chilled water service.

FCS provides the critical balance of plant infrastructure and integration for cogeneration systems using gas turbines with absorption and electric chillers. We work with power generator manufacturers, end customers and power system developers to provide a complete solution.

Thermax vapor absorption system, waste heat recovery, turbine generators, Jenbacher, Solar Turbines, cogeneration, pumping systems, heat recovery systems
Thermax Hot Water Vapor Absorption Chiller systems are an example of process cooling and heat recovery approaches that FCS integrates into the energy efficient initiatives of our customers.

FLUID COOLING SYSTEMS, LLC
6100 Birch Drive • Flint, MI 48507
Phone: 888-315-5631
Fax: 888-423-1914

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