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Case stories

Göteborg Energi sees the bigger picture

Gothenburg is a port city with a strategic location between Oslo and Copenhagen. With a population of approximately 530,000 it is Sweden’s second largest city. As Western Sweden's leading energy company, Göteborgs Energi has been supplying the city with district heating since 1952. However, the company does not just supply residential and commercial buildings. By adding a car manufacturer plant and a ferry to the grid, energy utilization is optimized.

At the forefront of innovative solutions

A major provider of thermoplastic, thermosetting and elastomer injection molding machines, Negri Bossi India Pvt Ltd knows what is important: reliable performance and efficient use of energy. Ensuring that customers enjoy a major competitive advantage while remaining environment-friendly, their machines represent the industry benchmark for low energy consumption.

Critical IT equipment requires efficient cooling

When the India-based IT company Infosys Technologies Ltd. selected Schneider Electric to install a system for a Data Center Cooling application, Schneider decided to opt for an efficient SWEP brazed plate heat exchanger (BPHE).

Efficient cooling of Infosys’ Data Centres

Large data centres need powerful cooling solutions. Infosys Technologies Ltd., a leading IT company with its headquarters in Bangalore, India, wanted multiple cost-efficient solutions with high efficiency. Project design lead Schneider opted for SWEP brazed plate heat exchangers (BPHE) due to their high energy efficiency and reliable technical support.

Aircel air dryers show their full potential with ADWIS

With 100,000 units sold at the beginning of 2015, SWEP's range ADWIS (Air Dryer With Integrated Separator) is now quickly becoming the market standard within several industrial applications. A successful combination of research and thorough knowledge of market demands, this solution solves a common problem without compromising compactness or efficiency.

Dutch tap water

Due to safety reasons, during the past decades, the Dutch market has opted for double-wall tap water Brazed Plate Heat Exchangers (BPHEs) in their district heating networks. 

Jacket temperature control

Keeping the temperature of chemical reactions at the right level is a delicate matter. Often the reaction takes place in a reactor and is very sensitive to temperature changes. 

Compact and reliable BPHEs at Hadeed District Cooling Plant

Located in the Jubail Industry City of Saudi Arabia, the Hadeed District Cooling Plant has replaced all existing chillers and DX units which have previously served individual buildings in the area.

BPHEs in wind power stations

Wind power is one of the most cost-effective and rapidly growing renewable energy technologies available.

UK supermarket cuts carbon footprint through innovative technology

Supermarket chain Sainsbury has managed to heavily reduce the carbon footprint of a heating and cooling installation at its 9,300 square meter supermarket in Crayford, Kent, in the UK. This has been done by using innovative technologies combined with an intelligent energy management system.

Shining a light on tomatoes

A single J624 from GE Energy with an output of 4 MW can cover the power needs of about 9,000 European households. Moreover, this flagship is helping to shine a light on Dutch tomatoes consumed all over Europe. SWEP's B427 is an integral part of this impressive unit. 

Solar heating

Modern solar collectors are more efficient than ever. Furthermore, the possibility of using absorptive surfaces in colors other than black has helped architects to identify new creative opportunities for solar collectors.