In January 2005 Mr. Attila Gódi, owner of the Hungarian company Mediterran Kft., decided to upgrade the aftertreatment system of his main plant at Bóly in the heart of Hungary. In the past Mediterran Kft. had heated the aftertreatment chambers (4 dual chambers, 9 single chambers, 1 rotary chamber) with radiators. In addition, cold atomised water was injected into the warm chambers via nozzles. Injection of cold water led to a reduction in chamber temperature and needless re-heating of the chambers, with associated additional energy consumption. The situation was unsatisfactory, particularly with regard to high gas consumption and the fact that the system was difficult and slow to control.
Mediterrán Betoncserép Gyártó Kft.
Herr Attila Gódi
7754 Bóly, Tompa M. u. 10
T +36 69 569950
firstname.lastname@example.org · www.mediterran.hu
Kraft Energy Systems GmbH & Co. KG
Herr Manfred Stadtsholte
Zur Radde 17
49699 Lindern, GERMANY