New brochure of the Quint sdi GmbH helps how can today a printing company save energy and thus sustainable costs? What methods and techniques available to insert the waste of printing machines in the home automation? How can the subsequent waterborne heat dissipation we realize? Answers to these questions increasingly important is a new information brochure of the Quint sdi GmbH. The company is a leading provider of innovative, subsequently integrated systems for energy saving and heat recovery in manufacturing companies. Worldwide, already 3,500 plants and equipment were integrated into printers of the Quint sdi GmbH. Energy and heat recovery in printers just for non – specialists is still often a book with seven seals this area of environmental and resource conservation. Last but not least, because the theme is communicated by professionals mostly very technical and therefore hard to understand. That there is another way, proves the Quint sdi GmbH in its new brochure “Energy recovery in the printing process: State of the art systems to the water-bound heat dissipation and energy recovery for presses”.
Using seven scenarios and concepts for energy – and heat recovery it shows in detail, what modifications in the printing infrastructure are now possible and useful. The range of proposed measures ranges from using the air-cooled presses through the heat recovery exhaust through installation of air heaters in the pressroom and production areas to the heat recovery by integrating the heat dissipation in the home automation. But by water-based heat transfer on air compressors, as well as from the process exhaust air by UV/IR dryers a custom theme is devoted to the heat recovery system. A the proposed conversion and advanced printing infrastructure focus deliberately in terms of retrofitting. Michael Braner, Managing Director of the Quint sdi GmbH: Many printing companies today, as they wonder with can achieve maximum savings in energy and resources manageable investment, while maintaining a consistently high print quality and also the working conditions did not worsen.