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Energy Recovery Scheme

Smart Wort Cooling Systems:
Wort produced in the brew house is fermented to beer. Prior to fermenting the wort needs to be cooled from @ 97 Deg C to @ 9 to 14 Deg C depending upon the fermentation temperature selected by the brewer. Number of options and methods are available for cooling wort. Ask us for details on Smart Wort Cooling Systems to save power in your Brewery.
CO2 Evaporation with energy saving and energy recovery:
Traditionally liquid CO2 is evaporated using either Steam or Natural air Or Forced air draft or cooling tower Water. However this way of evaporating CO2 has begun to change ever since Hypro introduced energy saving & energy recovery CO2 evaporators since year 2000. Several Breweries have benefitted with the system installed by “Hypro” and are reaping benefits.
If in your Brewery Or Industry CO2 is still being evaporated using steam or air or cooling water , the news is that energy is being lost. However the good news is that if you install “Hypro” CO2 evaporators you will not just start saving energy but you will also start recovering energy.
Multi Evaporation Split Refrigeration for Breweries:
Refrigeration is a very important utility in a brewing industry and obviously a major source of energy consumption. Conventionally breweries run with ammonia as primary refrigerant and glycol as secondary. Later on few breweries opted for direct ammonia expansion scheme to save on energy required in the refrigeration plants to some extent by increasing the evaporation temperature of ammonia in the main plant.
Owing to the burning issue on power savings the focus has certainly shifted to analyze if the current systems are energy efficient OR there exists a scope to save on power in the current systems. Every unit saved on power not only is cost effective BUT also a tribute to a greener and cleaner earth. In an attempt to make systems more and more energy efficient Hypro has focused on energy requirements in a brewery and now has one solution already to be offered.