Aquatherm launch energy saving system

Aquatherm launch energy saving system.

Aquatherm recently announced their latest development, the all new Micro, Midi, Maxi and Monster range of laundry wastewater heat recovery systems.

This is a new generation of integrated heat and water systems, fully equipped, ‘plug and play’ and ready to run. Mike Edwards, MD at Aquatherm says: “Typically between 20 and 40 per cent of the total energy used by a laundry is for the washing process.

Aquatherm is a system which extracts as much as 90 per cent of the energy from dirty laundry wastewater, reusing all of that energy to heat incoming cold freshwater, reducing the demand for ‘new energy’ and cutting consumption signif icantly. Depending on the laundry production and machines in use, the same system can be used to reduce water consumption by a third.

“If your laundry uses between 1,000 and 100,000 litres per hour, this is the system for you. The Micro system is a new development designed to address the needs of smaller operations. “Expect to reduce your total energy bill by 20 to 30 per cent with a one-off investment which will typically be recovered in six to 18 months.”

Aquatherm has been designing and building laundry energy and water systems since 1980 – and, as they say, long before the pressures to reduce consumption and costs that we face today. Edwards concludes: “With a 40 year track record of laundry water and energy systems we understand what you’re looking for. All products are designed and built by us in the UK, and comfortably outperform everything else on the market – without the high cost and complication.”

Aquatherm recently installed their new fully equipped, ‘plug and play’ Micro integrated heat and water system at an institutional laundry in Norway

Aquatherm launch energy saving system.

Aquatherm recently announced their latest development, the all new Micro, Midi, Maxi and Monster range of laundry wastewater heat recovery systems.

This is a new generation of integrated heat and water systems, fully equipped, ‘plug and play’ and ready to run. Mike Edwards, MD at Aquatherm says: “Typically between 20 and 40 per cent of the total energy used by a laundry is for the washing process.

Aquatherm is a system which extracts as much as 90 per cent of the energy from dirty laundry wastewater, reusing all of that energy to heat incoming cold freshwater, reducing the demand for ‘new energy’ and cutting consumption signif icantly. Depending on the laundry production and machines in use, the same system can be used to reduce water consumption by a third.

“If your laundry uses between 1,000 and 100,000 litres per hour, this is the system for you. The Micro system is a new development designed to address the needs of smaller operations. “Expect to reduce your total energy bill by 20 to 30 per cent with a one-off investment which will typically be recovered in six to 18 months.”

Aquatherm has been designing and building laundry energy and water systems since 1980 – and, as they say, long before the pressures to reduce consumption and costs that we face today. Edwards concludes: “With a 40 year track record of laundry water and energy systems we understand what you’re looking for. All products are designed and built by us in the UK, and comfortably outperform everything else on the market – without the high cost and complication.”

Aquatherm recently installed their new fully equipped, ‘plug and play’ Micro integrated heat and water system at an institutional laundry in Norway

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