Visit KMA at SHANGHAITEX 2019
Visit KMA at SHANGHAITEX 2019
As the leading trade fair for textile industry, SHANGHAITEX 2019 will be welcoming visitors from all over the world from 25 to 28 November 2019. KMA Umwelttechnik, your expert for energy efficient exhaust air technologies, will present its new innovations for exhaust air purification and heat recovery for stenter frames in Shanghai.
Our experts will be happy to explain the individual modules of the filter system to you and provide you with comprehensive advice for use on your personal stenter frame.
In addition, we offer our visitors the possibility to calculate the individual savings potential of a KMA filter system for their operation with the help of our operating cost calculator. Because only KMA exhaust air filter systems combine energy-efficient exhaust air cleaning with integrated innovative heat recovery for high clean air quality at the workplace with reduced energy consumption.
Thanks to KMA you can reduce your energy costs and at the same time comply with the legal requirements for air quality and environmental protection! The eco-balance of your production improves sustainably.
Experience KMA at the TexTech Inno Talk
KMA was invited to give a speech at theTexTech Inno Talk. From start-ups to innovation leaders, new technology trends from the textile industry are presented. Daniel Lorenz, General Manager of KMA’s Chinese subsidiary, presents the benefits of exhaust air filters with integrated heat recovery for stenter frames. The event will take place on the 25th of November (time tbd) in hall W5.
We are looking forward to your visit!
Please use the contact form to book an appointment.
KMA booth: Hall W1 | Stand B62
Venue: Shanghai New International Expo Centre
Date: Monday, 25th November until Thursday, 28th Novemver 2019
25.-27. November: 09.30 a.m. – 5.30 p.m.
28. November: 09.30 a.m. – 3.00 p.m.
Make an appointment now and learn more about exhaust air treatment in the textile industry.
Case study – Heat recovery for heating air
Heat recovery for the supply air system of the stenter frame
Thanks to the energy recovery of 287 kW per hour, over 270 tons of CO2 could be saved annually. With an amortization period of approx. 4 years, the nonwovens specialist Freudenberg Performance Materials benefits from the following energy savings.
- Reduced energy consumption of the stenter frame
Freudenberg Performance Materials – Textile manufacturer from Germany, Weinheim
Freudenberg Performance Materials is a leading global manufacturer of innovative technical textiles in very different industry sectors.
At the request of the customer, an existing ULTRAVENT 15000 filter system was combined with a new ULTRAVENT filter system 20000.
The integrated heat recovery system of the ULTRAVENT system shall reduce the energy demand of the stenter frame through the heating of the supply air.
The temperature of the exhaust air was 130°C on average.
The goal was to reduce the energy consumption of the stenter frame and to improve the clean air quality.
Heat recovery for the supply air system
For Freudenberg Performance Materials the 20000 ULTRAVENT Filter System was equipped with lint pre-filter, double electrostatic filter and triple heat exchanger.
This new filter system was combined with the existing filter system ULTRAVENT 15000 upon request of the customer.
The recovered heat from the hot exhaust air is utilized for heating the incoming supply air. Through the heat exchangers the supply air is heated from 10°C to 100°C and led into the stenter frame.
Due to the heating of incoming supply air the stenter frame needs less energy and thus reduces its gas consumption.
Our contribution to more sustainability
Due to the energy efficient operation of the electrostatic precipitator and the high energy recovery of 287 kW per hour Freudenberg Performance Materials saves more than 270 tons of CO2 emissions every year through the KMA filter system.
Thanks to the good clean air quality Freudenberg Performance Materials produces less than 10 mg/m3 according to the EU Standard.
The mentioned cost advantages enable an amortization period of less than 4 years.
Case study – Heat recovery for the heating of water
Heat recovery for heating of process water
Kirayteks saves 300€ energy costs every day and over 600 tons of CO2 emissions every year with the KMA filter system. The cost advantage of heat recovery leads to an amortization time of the new KMA exhaust air purification plant of less than 2 years.
- Reduced energy consumption due to the integrated heating of process water (e.g. for dye works)
The company Kirayteks – Textile manufacturer from Turkey, Bursa
The Company Kirayteks processes many types of different textiles in his production plant in Turkey.
For 6 stenter frames with an exhaust air volume of 18.000 m3/h an energy-efficient possibility for heat recovery and exhaust air purification should be realized.The temperature of the exhaust air was 180°C on average.
The goal was to reduce the energy consumption of the overall textile production and to use the valuable heat from the exhaust air for heating process water.
Heat recovery reduces energy consumption for heating water
For the company Kirayteks the 20000 ULTRAVENT Filter System was equipped with lint pre-filter, double electrostatic filter and double heat exchanger.
The existing ventilators and pipelines could be kept.
The recovered heat is utilized for heating water for the laundry and dye-works.
By means of the automatic filter cleaning system not only the electrostatic filter cells and the heat exchanger are cleaned, but also the reuse of the process oil is possible.
Our contribution to more economy
Due to the high energy recovery of 450 kW per hour the company Kirayteks saves almost 300€ every day through the KMA Filter System.
The CO2 emissions are reduced by more than 600 tonns every year. Thanks to the good clean air quality Kirayteks produces less than 10 mg/m3 according to the EU Standard.
The daily recovery of 35 - 50 liters of process oil for a second use reduces the acquisition costs.
The mentioned cost advantages enable an amortization period of less than 2 years.