Solution | Process
Capture waste heat and release at a higher temperature through a physico-chemical reaction
A cyclic closed-loop system requiring no additional water or chemical input, QCHT mimics how nature captures and releases energy
Using the reversible polymerisation of phosphates in an industrial technology to capture waste heat and turn this into new valuable process heat, the Qpinch Heat Transformer recovers residual heat from 40 °C and up, transforming it to new process heat with temperature increases of up to 100 °C. Applicable on a megawatt scale throughout all industries that use industrial heat - including food and feed, oil & chemicals, paper and pulp, cement and manufacturing – it requires only marginal electrical energy consumption and can pay for itself in less than five years.
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2000 Antwerp, Belgium
United States, China, South Korea, Taiwan, India, Singapore, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Poland, United Kingdom, Spain, Austria, Belgium, Germany, France, Netherlands,
Solutions helps to achieve these SDG's.
Affordable and clean energy
Industry, innovation and infrastructure
New clients - early adopters willing to roll out the Qpinch technology on a large scale. Focus on (petro)chemical, pulp&paper and food&feed industries.
The EU, through its funding programmes, supports the development of innovations and technologies that help combat climate change, protect the environment and ensure a sustainable development and growth.
Categories of application
Heat pumps, Other emerging technologies, Heat pumps and exchangers, Industrial water efficiency, Carbon valorization, Other, Other,