Heat recovery and transformation units
About 80 percent of all energy that is removed, such as by extraction fans used for drying or drying, can be recovered in the form of heat. This is, in effect, a “free” source, as it can recover an enormous amount of energy. Recovered heat can be used for a wide range of domestic, commercial, or industrial uses, including district heating and hot water for residential areas, space heating in commercial buildings, and process heating for a wide range of industrial applications, for example, reintegrated within the oven through exchangers to greatly reduce consumption.
Range of ovens for treatments on metals, typically treatments on brass, steel, etc., with which various types of treatments such as stress relief, tempering, and stabilization can be carried out, with the aim of reducing internal and residual stresses that result from hot and cold working, hardening treatments, and machining, with temperatures ranging from about 150°C to 500°C depending on the materials. These ovens are used, for example, for stress relief treatments of brass components, with temperatures of 250-450°C, and for stress relief treatments after soldering.
Tempering is a heat treatment usually performed after hardening, with the aim of obtaining the desired hardness/tenacity ratio. These ovens are suitable for treatments for temperature ranges from 150°C to 450°C.
A widely used technique for assembly or disassembly operations of mechanical components and transmission organs, which involves using heat-generated thermal expansion to overcome the dimensional interference of two components and create an extremely strong mechanical coupling.