DEVICE FOR MAXIMUM UTILIZATION OF WASTE HEAT
How do you make the bakery operation more efficient without any loss of energy? With the EkoBlok Bypass not only do you save up to 25 % in input energy and regulate steam and waste gases outlet, but you also run a bakery that is eco-friendly.
WHAT IS THE EKOBLOK BYPASS?
The EkoBlok is an eco-friendly device for the complete utilization and processing of waste energy, waste gases, and steam from gas and oil bakery ovens, as well as steam and thermal oil boilers. It reduces waste gases pollutants along with CO2 emissions produced by individual ovens, thus protecting the environment. The EkoBlok in conjunction with the KORNFEIL automatic bypass constitutes an ideal system for any bakery. The KORNFEIL bypass system ensures a completely safe bakery operation even in the case of surplus energy by conducting oven waste gases and steam away from EkoBlok exchangers. KORNFEIL is able to custom-design, based on your energy balance, the size of
EkoBloks and the capacity of accumulation tanks, providing you with a solution that is just right for your operation.
ENERGY SAVING OF UP TO 25 %
With the EkoBlok application, the bakery is able to significantly reduce its energy requirements. In small and midsized bakeries, the energy savings range from 20 to 25 %, whereas large and industrial bakeries can save up to 25 % of energy. All flue piping, drawing off of waste gases and steam from the bakery ovens, is connected directly to the EkoBlok, thus significantly reducing the costs expended on certified chimney and venting systems. Thanks to the EkoBlok installation, all you need is a single outlet pipe.
UTILIZING FREE ENERGY
The energy obtained from waste gases and condensed steam heat is transferred to hot water (about 85 °C) and further accumulated in tanks to be further utilized for both heating and cooling purposes. The second waste heat output (about 40 °C) is used in preheating cold pressure water for DHW tanks and steam-feed water.
Waste energy in the form of hot water is transformed via the
absorption assembly into a cooling medium used for:
- cooling of the shipping department
- air-conditioning of the working area
- cooling of bakery products
Part of the energy management projects is also utilization of waste energy from refrigeration units for freezing and cooling.
The waste water temperature is kept between 50 and 60 °C and is readily available for heating both service water and your bakery premises.