Self Cleaning Fluidized Bed Heat Exchanger
CARMON FBX Self Cleaning Fluidized Bed Heat
EcoVia's CARMON self-cleaning fluidized bed heat exchanger (CARMON FBX) technology prevents biofouling. Continuous self-cleaning enables constant, reliable performance when exchanging heat to or from biologically active water sources such as sewage, wastewater, and pond or lake water.
Bio-Fouling is the Problem
The accumulation of microorganisms, plants, algae, or animals on wet surfaces — can occur essentially anywhere water is present. Bio-fouling creates risks, challenges, and costs to technologies and industries. Its impact on heat transfer has made many heat exchange opportunities uneconomic. CARMON's efficiency and low costs break old economic barriers by achieving high performance at a lower cost.
Heat exchange reliability at an affordable cost opens additional opportunities for the management of industrial operations such as wastewater treatment and air conditioning and refrigeration.
CARMON FBX Self Cleaning Fluidized Bed Heat Exchanger is the Solution
The CARMON FBX self-cleaning fluidized bed heat exchanger provides a low-cost, low-risk, low-maintenance method that stops heat exchanger bio-fouling. It leverages decades of global Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor (MBBR) experience with continuously self-cleaning fluidized beds to eliminate heat exchanger bio-fouling.
In short, CARMON FBX leverages the MBBR media's operating characteristics to constantly scrub the heat exchanger's surfaces and keep them clear of bio-fouling. Opening the ability to reliably, at low cost, transfer heat in high-bio-fouling risk environments opens the door to tremendous economic opportunities.
CARMON FBX applications include :
The CARMON FBX self-cleaning fluidized bed heat exchanger provides significant financial, performance, and environmental benefits in both wastewater treatment and HVACR applications.
Easy To Implement
Whether new-build or retrofit, CARMON is a simple, drop-in solution to achieve improved performance at a fraction of the time, disruption, and cost of traditional approaches.