Denso Thermal Systems in the automotive market passed to cogeneration

Denso Thermal Systems, an heat exchangers and a car plastic components producer in Avellino (Italy), had installed by AB a 2 MW trigeneration plant for reducing energy costs and having […]

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By george marshall

Denso Thermal Systems, an heat exchangers and a car plastic components producer in Avellino (Italy), had installed by AB a 2 MW trigeneration plant for reducing energy costs and having less environmental impact from the product process.

In particular, the company now can produce the half of the electrical needs with a total yield of 75% in the first year, saving about 700.000 euros and reducing the CO2 emissions.

The heating and refrigeration output derived from the trigeneration system is directed towards different uses, one of which is the heating of the manufacturing units during the colder periods of the year. The main destination for the refrigeration output is the thermoplastic mould cooling systems, the cooling of oils and the thermoplastic presses. Some of the refrigeration energy is also used to cool the offices and service areas.

Following these results also the Turin subsidiary decided to install a cogeneration plant.


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