ECGISTS stands for Energy Conservation Gists
We are a fresh team of experts to save your valuable energy. Wherever you look, whatever you know,
everything consumes energy, as we know it will transfer to a duller form.
We conserve it back to a more suitable form for you. We are strongly convinced that energy
conservation and green technology is feasible only when tightly tied together with economics. Saving energy is saving money.
Our team has provided the first fully functional modern time
chiller system to a ship
We know the insights of the energy conservation influence for
We can help you to save money, space and the environment right away
exhaust gases, cooling water, and heat lost from hot equipment surfaces and heated products.
Waste heat recovery means capturing and transferring the waste heat from a process to a
useful form. Waste heat can be in liquid, gaseous or solid form or radiation. Waste heat recovery is a greenhouse-gas-free source of energy.
Industrial waste heat is the energy that is generated in industrial processes which is not put into any
practical use and is wasted or dumped into the environment. Sources of waste heat mostly include heat
loss transferred through conduction, convection and radiation from industrial products, equipment and
processes and heat discharged from combustion processes.
It is estimated that somewhere between 20 to 50% of industrial energy input is lost as waste heat in the form of hot
Cooling made from waste heat is real green thinking
absorption chiller challenges energy consuming AC compressors
With our absorption chiller, your business and the environment will benefit, if you have:
• Growing need for Climate control, AC chilling or Air drying
• Amounts of waste heat
Interest in saving money and cutting CO2 emissions
Heat recovery / energy conservation is
• Economic - generates savings from waste heat.
• Ecologic - reduces fuel consumption and lowers
• Economic - improves production efficiency.
• Ecologic - is a greenhouse-gas-free
source of energy.
The waste heat recovery industry is expected to be worth more than $114 billion by 2028
as rising energy use and the cost of electricity drive the market, according to a report by Market