In the UK, process heat represents the largest share of industrial energy use, accounting for up to 66 per cent of industrial energy consumption in 2016. Therefore, heat holds among the highest opportunities for conservation potential, as it can be optimised with a range of techniques to reduce losses and ensure efficient use.
Problems associated with poor temperature control can be divided into two categories: underheating and overheating,
respectively referring to the fluctuation of station outlet temperature below and above ideal safe operating temperature.
The company's technology can ease these concerns as it safely and efficiently heat gases and liquids.Their solution, combining AI-enhanced control optimisation and new generation of dynamic responsive indirect heating packages, reduces thermal lag and drastically lowers the amount of energy wasted in the heating process.
The London-based company provides broad support to customers ranging from energy advisory services to solution integration.
The company's solution is an innovative type of heater that guaranties rapid start-up, precision temperature control and reliability previously unachievable with traditional indirect heating technology. Their solution is intended for large-scale producers generating and supplying heat to entire cities/districts.
The company works closely with gas distribution networks and is looking to partner with a strategic partner involved in the heating industry which would have experience that complement theirs. The company would like to license their technology to companies that would benefit from their solution. The objective would be for the company to penetrate the district heating supply chain and to have their innovative heater set up in more cities.