Trident Allied Products

Heat Recovery Systems

All diesel engines emit high temperature (250- 520 °C) gases in the atmosphere. While this heat from the exhaust is usually wasted, it can be used to generate hot water, steam and for heating and cooling processes.

Cummins supplies custom-designed Heat Recovery systems that utilize upto 60% of this waste heat.

The HRUs improve efficiency of the entire system and reduce energy and maintenance costs. The payback period is attractive and there is 100% depreciation in the first year for an HRU.

Air Cooler Fluid Cooler

Air Cooler Fluid Cooler. 
Induced draft heat transfer coils with Vertical and Horizontal air flow.

  • Cooling media is free-ambient-air, 100% water saving.
  • Water treatment plants and chemicals not required.
  • No scale formation.
  • No deration of DG set during extreme ambient conditions.
  • Cooling tower, hear exchanger & water circulation pumps not required if connected in primary.
  • Substantial power saving during mild weather conditions.
  • No air or water pollution.
  • Maintenance free system.
  • 2 years warranty in-line with engine warranty.
  • Attractive pay back.

Option to choose ‘S’ or ‘H’ models for any space constraints

Vapor Absorption Machine

Grid power supply is a grim reality. This grid deficiency is met by usages of D. G. Sets.
Vapour Absorption Machines (VAM) are introduced to boost system efficiency. VAMs can be directly connected to engine exhaust or through a steam boiler or engine jacket hot water through PHEs to generate chilling, VAMs are CFC-free and Ozone Friendly.

Basic Principle
Boiling point of water is a function of pressure. At atmospheric pressure, water boils at 1000 C. At lower pressure it boils at lower temperature. Boiling point of water at 6mm of mercury absolute, is only 3.7­­0 C. Lithium Bromide (LiBr) salt has the property to absorb water due to its chemical affinity. As the concentration of LiBr Increases, its affinity towards water increases. On the other hand, as the temperature of LiBr increases its affinity towards water decreases.

Operation Principle
The vapor absorption chiller produces chilled water up to 00 C. The chiller utilizes the latent heat released by the refrigerant (water) as it evaporates (in a closed pressure vessel,) for cooling. Unlike a compression chiller which uses a compressor to pressurize the vaporized refrigerant (Freon) and condenses it by using cooling water, the absorption chiller uses an absorbent (LiBr) to absorb the vaporized refrigerant in the release from the absorbent when heated by an external source.

Remote Monitoring of Equipment

  • Have complete control on your remote equipment.
  • Get Maximum output from your generators.
  • Monitor generators without needing computers or internet.
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