The Spilling Energy Blog

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Welcome to the Spilling Energy Blog: Here you will find analyses and backgrounds, reports and assessments that are intended to help decision-makers and doers in industry and business move forward. The more than 100-year-old operating principle of the Spilling steam piston engine, and its variations, the Spilling steam compressor and the Spilling gas expansion engine, are more up-to-date than ever. No matter whether it is the chemical, paper or wood industry, waste incineration, steel processing, food production or for example the textile industry, no branch of industry can do without energy. Everywhere raw material saving, energy efficiency and CO2 reduction play an increasingly important role. In short, this is where we show where Spilling makes steam everywhere with highly efficient piston engines and turbines.

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Steam recycling / heat pump

Steam remains the ideal heating medium

Steam is more topical than ever, it is the ideal heat carrier in many branches of industry. With the help of industrial heat pumps, steam recycling is often possible.

Gas expansion engines

Gas expansion has proven itself over decades in power generation through energy recovery. The technology has been consistently developed further and offers even more potential for savings.

Environment and technology

With high-tech and commitment to nature and the environment

Full steam ahead against climate change. There are numerous ways to achieve better energy efficiency. An analysis of industrial processes provides ample starting points for improving the energy balance.

Newest article

Steam recycling for industrial process heat helps to save energy and costs. In the end, the companies and the environment win.
21. October 2020

DECARBONIZATION MUST BE THE GOAL

Germany´s primary energy demand in 2019 was 13000 Peta Joule, which is about 3600 terawatt hours. In line with the approach of decarbonization through electrification, this amount of energy would have to be provided by renewable electricity.

by Dr. Heiko Dittmer
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