Case Study

Coca Cola

Energy Recovery on Bottle Blowing Plant

 

Sustainable Drinks

Three  ventilation systems designed by Mechon supply external air to the plastic bottling blowing areas at Coca Cola Enterprises in Edmonton. The Client established that the area required additional heating during the winter months and further commissioned MECHON to design integrated heat recovery systems.

The plastic bottle blowing process uses several specialist high pressure compressors which are temperature-controlled via water-cooled circuits. It was determined that energy from the water circuits should be recovered using water-to-air heat exchangers, with each supply system having its own exchanger.

The energy from the compressors water jacket cooling systems is transferred to the incoming air, heating it before it enters the facility.

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