26. July 2022
Your road to energy efficiency
Rising energy prices are currently a major economic burden for operators of thermoprocessing plants. The changes that need to be made must be fast and effective. It is worth taking a closer look at older kiln plants in particular and sounding out inefficiencies because they hold great potential for savings. Energy and emission savings of 30-60% can be achieved on the way to an optimally and efficiently operating older furnace.
Step 1: Record the current status!
Our experts record the actual condition of your plant and determine the need for action. In a detailed report you will see your energy-saving potential.
Step 2: Exhaust gas analysis / Burner settings
SCHLAGER service technicians run a exhaust gas analysis and optimise the settings of your burners. An important step towards energy efficiency.
Step 3: Periodical service
Periodical service and maintenance maintain the condition of your furnaces. Small changes have a big impact here and maintain the efficiency of your systems for a long time.
Step 4: Eliminate heat losses
The main causes of energy loss are leaks and defective furnace pressure controls. Retrofitting with modern leakage control systems can be done at moderate cost.
Step 5: Control systems
Retrofitting modern measurement and control technology makes it possible to optimise the control of burners in such a way that not only energy can be saved, but also significant improvements in temperature uniformity in the furnace are achieved.
Step 6: Modernisation
Modernise existing plants with the state-of-the-art burner technology, insulation, as well as control and automation technology, and adapt exhaust gas systems.
Contact us! We can also advise you on planning to change over to electric heating or alternative fuels such as propane / butane, oil and hydrogen, as well as multifuel burners.
Your contact person:
Nicolas Brink – Service Manager
Tel.: +49 (0) 23 31 / 570 87 60
Within the industry initiative NOCARBforging 2050, we are jointly driving forward the reduction of CO2 emissions in massive forging.