Two brine water heat exchangers were installed on the ceiling of a cowshed near Gera. The heat exchangers, made of powder-coated sheet metal housings and front-mounted axial fans, contain plastic capillary tube mats from Clina inside, which are resistant to the ammonia-containing air in stables and are easy to clean. The axial fans create a negative pressure in the core of the heat exchanger so that the stable air is drawn through the rolled capillary tube mats, which heats the brine in the capillary tube mats. The brine circuit is connected to a heat pump, which means that the surplus heat from the stable can be used for the environmentally friendly heating of an adjacent residential building.
heat recovery from a stable Gera