Biogas production plant
Heat exchanger for digested sludge energy recovery
Heat exchangers sludge-sludge
Sludge/water heat exchangers
Heat Exchanger sludge – energy recovery from highly viscous substances and from compressed hot air
Heat Recovery – the context
As Task Environmental Engineering is building wastewater treatment as well emission and odor treatment plants, we are committed to maintain our environment as clean and healthy as possible. As we all know, there is still plenty of room for improvement. A lot of excess heat is created in wastewater treatment plants and in biogas production. Why shouldn’t we use and recover this excess heat? Our durable sludge/ sludge, sludge/water and air/water heat exchangers are designed to recover a majority of the excess heat, greatly increasing operational efficiency and reducing production costs. Task is your contact for the Läckeby (Swedish quality product) range in the Benelux market (Belgium, Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and the Netherlands). These excellent Läckeby heat exchangers have been installed in waste water treatment and biogas plants for more than 20 years. These compact, high-quality heat exchangers offer a high level of heat recovery, enhanced production efficiency, a long service life and easy maintenance.
Heat Recovery – Energy recovery : the scope
Warm, highly viscous substances
In the digestion process of manure, green crops, wastewater sludge, household and restaurant waste, large amounts of excess heat are generated. This excess heat can be used to pre-heat the digestion substrates or provide domestic hot water. Läckeby offers heat exchangers that can handle viscous low velocity sludges, efficiently transferring heat with minimal risk of clogging.
The Läckeby air/water heat exchangers were originally developed for a very specific application: to protect the membranes in wastewater treatment plants. But, as a matter of fact, practically all industries generate heat as a by-product of their production process. The Läckeby air/water heat exchangers turn this excess heat or hot process air into profit. Using our heat exchangers in the process, the investment will be rapidly paid back.
Energy recovery from sludge and hot air
Heat recovery is one of the most profitable and environmental friendly investments available. We offer cost effective, solid and modularized heat exchanger solutions, that can be custom designed for perfect fit in your production process.
Heat exchangers sludge/sludge
The sludge/sludge heat exchanger draws heat from sanitized or digested sludge and transfers it to the raw sludge by means of a closed water loop system. This design eliminates the risk of contamination. Circular sludge channels ensure a large throughput area, which reduces pressure losses. The patented open turning chambers allow higher temperature transfer by levelling out the sludge temperature profile. This robust and modularized product features high reliability, high heat transfer and low maintenance requirements.
Heat exchangers sludge/water
Modular design sludge/water heat exchangers from Läckeby are compact, easy to install and easy maintenance. Circular sludge channels and the patented open turning chamber provide high heat transfer, low pressure losses and minimal risk of clogging. Since the 1990’s more than 400 of Läckeby’s sludge/water and sludge/sludge heat exchanger units have been installed in municipal and industrial plants in more than 20 countries worldwide. The sludge/water heat exchanger in detail :
Heat exchangers air/water
The air/water heat exchanger from Läckeby was originally developed to protect and extend the service life of the membranes used in waste water treatment plants. The heat exchanger is designed to effectively reduce the temperature of the air that passes over the aeration membranes. Over the years, we’ve realized that this unique product is perfect for recovering heat from blower-produced air streams as well, perfectly suitable for efficient heating of ventilation air or low pressure hot water systems. Compressed hot air flows freely between a large number of copper loops containing the cooling agent, circulating to recover large amounts of the incoming airstream’s heat. The air/water heat exchanger in detail :
Task/Läckeby manufactures and installs all the necessary infrastructure to make your heat exchanger installation as efficient as possible. We offer a complete range of shaftless transportation augurs/conveyors, transportation screws, shaftless screw presses and reception units. This is a complete solution from a responsible supplier.
Installation and service
And of course Task/Läckeby are ensuring efficient installation and commissioning of each heat exchanger product. On top of that, we offer complete service and maintenance programs, including monitoring, technical support and upgrading of equipment.
Heat exchanger – gather the heat
The heat exchangers from Läckeby are built to gather the heat. Our robust, high-quality products offer high heat recovery and cost savings in a multitude of applications.
Heating biogas substrates
A proven high performance and very effective application of our sludge/sludge heat exchanger is found in anaerobic digestion facilities and biogas upgrading plants – both for large scale projects and for smaller systems, typically using farm or restaurant waste. The excess heat, produced during digestion and biogas upgrading, can be used to preheat the substrates, speeding up digestion and reducing energy consumption.
Pre-heating hot water systems
Our sludge/water, and air/water heat exchangers are perfect for preheating hot water services. Where can this hot water be used? The obvious application is for internal consumption on site such as wastewater treatment plants, but also for industries using large amounts of hot water, e g laundries. The air/water heat exchangers from Läckeby are very versatile. They heat up water and cool down the airstream. Where? Well, you decide – maybe cost effective air conditioning or central heating?
Task Environmental Engineering is your contact for the Benelux market (Belgium, Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and the Netherlands) for the Läckeby heat exchangers.