The first heat exchanger supplied under the name Beekamp B.V. has now been up and running for more than a week at Hengel’s in Hoogland (near Amersfoort).
The heat exchanger supplies heating for the barn in the form of a large central heating unit, including boilers. The barn is heated via a re-circulation system and the exchanger mixes in more fresh air from outside as the cycle progresses.
The drum filter is also in use and functioning properly. The filter is controlled automatically by the barn computer and the extracted dust is collected in a bin.
We will keep you informed about the functioning of the heat exchanger and the system at Hengel’s and hope to present performance figures (efficiency, etc.) for the heat exchanger soon.