Waste heat recovery systems for flue gas and baking vapours in Bakeries
Do you need to reduce your energy consumption? Our experts determine your heat recovery opportunities and implement the best heat recovery system in your bakery.
Reduce natural gas usage
Receive a plan for heat recovery
Solve Fouling problems
Your oven, boiler or thermal oil heater is losing up to 20% energy via the stack or chimney
What is keeping you from recovering this waste heat?
You lack time to investigate energy saving possibilities.
Fouling baking vapours?
Vapours from your ovens may be greasy, sticky or may contain dust which causes heat exchanger blocking.
The business case?
The payback time of waste heat recovery systems must be less than 5 years.
HeatMatrix engineers and manufacturers heat exchangers to recover industrial heat and improve energy efficiency for Bakeries.
Save up to 10% energy on your thermal process
Recover waste heat - that is now lost - from flue gas or baking vapours
Your thermal process has waste heat recovery potential
Select your thermal process to find out how
Up to 20% of heat from baking ovens is lost through the chimney. Heat from hot baking vapours and flue gases can be used to preheat air or water.
Hot flue gas from steam boilers leaving the chimney still holds more than 10% of energy. This can be recovered and used to preheat combustion air, boiler feed water or cleaning water.
Thermal oil heaters
On thermal oil heaters 15% of energy is lost through the chimney. This can be recovered and used to preheat combustion air or water for cleaning and building heating.
How waste heat recovery systems work
Our waste heat recovery systems for Bakeries
Polymer Air Preheater
Our air preheaters with anti-fouling properties extract heat from flue gases or baking vapours to warm up combustion, convection or circulation air.
In our economisers heat from flue gases or baking vapours can be used to heat make-up, boiler feed or CIP water.
Industrial Cookie Bakery
20% gas reduction
Your path to lower CO2 emissions, energy consumption and costs
Heat Recovery Scan
Our heat recovery experts determine the most interesting opportunities for waste heat recovery for your bakery. You receive an overview of options.
Heat Recovery Proposal
We engineer a robust heat recovery solution for your bakery. You receive a proposal with all technical details and an economic assessment with payback time. You have everything for budget approval.
Turnkey Project Delivery
HeatMatrix will design, deliver and install a complete heat recovery system in your bakery, so you don’t have to worry about the implementation.
How to save energy in a Bakery plant?
Bread or confectionary is baked in (continuous) ovens. The flue gases and baking vapors are sources of waste heat. The waste heat can be recovered and used for combustion or convection air preheating. Alternatively hot water can be generated for usage in (crate) washers, dough preparation or for building heating.
Will waste heat recovery influence my baking process?
In case of an Economiser, heat recovery will not influence your baking process because the equipment will be installed in a bypass with its own fan. This will ensure that the pressure in the ovens will not be affected. In case of an air preheater, our experts will analyse together with you how air preheating on your oven is feasible.
My ovens do not run continuously. Is a waste heat recovery system still an interesting investment?
When you operate your oven for more than 4500 hrs per year, it is very likely that a good business case can be achieved. Our proposal for a turnkey installation will contain an economic assessment of the project.
What is the minimum temperature required for the waste heat recovery system to work cost efficient?
Flue gas with a temperature of 120 °C can already be a cost efficient source of waste energy. Other variables that play an important role in the business case are the total flue gas flow and running hours of the oven.
How is fouling managed in the HeatMatrix waste heat recovery systems?
HeatMatrix heat recovery systems are easy to clean and maintain. Heat exchanger units can be easily removed for manual cleaning. An in-line cleaning system can be installed that cleans automatically during operation.
Payback time of waste heat recovery in a Bakery plant?
Typical payback time of waste heat recovery in industrial bakeries is in the range of 3-5 years. We can help in determining the most attractive combination of waste heat source and heat user to define the best business cases.
Heat Recovery Scan for your Bakery
Our heat recovery experts help you determine the most interesting opportunities for waste heat recovery. You receive an overview of options.