Tranter supports waste-to-energy CHP plant

Tranter recently secured an order consisting of three (3) NovusBloc® welded heat exchangers in stainless steel to be installed in a Waste-to-energy combined heat and power (CHP) plant in Stockholm, Sweden.

The CHP plant where the NovusBloc® heat exchangers will be installed was originally built to produce heat and power from fossil fuels and will now be converted to a biofuel where the heat exchangers play an important role. The plant conversion to biofuel enables Stockholm city to support its fossil-fuel-free goal by 2030.

The NovusBloc® heat exchangers will be used as condensers and heat recovery for the boiler upgrade needed for the modification of the Waste-to-energy combined heat and power (CHP) plant.

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