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Milk refrigeration by a vacuum injector utilising low temperature heat from biogas CHP generation at large-scale dairy farms

Objective



The technical concept is a vaccum injector system where the until now achieved know-how belongs to the above Danish SME prime proposer. An immediately potential for the new cooling principle is present in the Eastern part of Germany. A potential SME end-user from here is available and shall participate in the RTD work beyond hosting the first pilot attempts. The scope in this particular area of EU - the Eastern part of Germany - are direct fossil energy savings equal to 7 MWE and furthermore it can sustain implementation of biogas CPH generation up to at least 50 MWE. The European dimension should be in the magnitude of 500 MWE out of fossil fuels saved to cooling purposes. The intended RTD project shall: 1. Undertake final design of a specific injector valve. 2. Conducts testing in laboratory scale. 3. Make design of process and instrumentation to a pilot installation.

Funding Scheme

EAW - Exploratory awards

Coordinator

Schreiber Koleteknik A/S
Address
154-156,Vejlevej 154-156
8700 Horsens
Denmark

Participants (1)

BIOGAS BARTH GMBH
Germany
Address
Planitz 6
Barth