BOSCH Energy and Building Solutions
Bosch innovative Energy Efficiency Solutions have been developed indigenously by competent design engineers. Each solution has been carefully designed around a concept that can be customized for different industries and applications.
Customized Solutions for Energy Efficiency
Integrated Heating and Cooling Solution
This customized solution can be implemented in processes where the temperature required is up to 80 °C for heating and up to 5 °C for cooling. The solution replaces the existing methods of heating to one which is much more energy efficient, an integrated heat pump based system. This system is custom designed considering your process requirements and therefore catering to the base as well as peak heating demand. In addition, the system also delivers savings on the cooling side if there is chilled water requirement nearby. As a result, you can experience dual benefits of savings on heating and cooling, at a lower cost compared to your existing system.
HVAC Efficiency Improvement Solution
HVAC systems are the highest energy consumers in any building. Our HVAC Efficiency Improvement Solution helps in individually optimizing the generation, distribution and consumption sides of the cooling system, so that it always operates at an optimum level. As a result, the specific energy consumption of the chiller system (comprising of chillers, AHUs, circulation pumps) is reduced and results in savings to the tune of around 15%. This improvement is brought about by using advanced controls in chillers & AHUs, a customized control logic and fine-tuning of the entire HVAC system. This solution not only delivers energy savings, but also contributes to the overall comfort of the users.
Steam Distribution Optimization
This solution can be implemented where steam generated from boilers is utilized for multiple processes and at varying temperatures. The solution looks at optimizing the distribution system for heat/steam, thus delivering fuel savings (upto 15%) by reducing the amount of fuel utilized in the boilers. Relatively low temperature requirements are met by alternate and more efficient heating methods. As a result, a lower amount of steam is required in the processes, resulting in lower fuel usage. The solution also has the dual benefit of reduction in water utilized by the boilers (upto 30%), which is an important aspect contributing to conservation of natural resources.