Waste Heat Recovery Systems
For more than 50 years, BORSIG Process Heat Exchanger GmbH has been supplying process gas waste heat recovery systems for high-temperature and high-pressure applications to the petrochemical industry. Thanks to a wealth of experience, comprehensive know-ledge, design orientated towards practical application, state-of-the-art production and testing methods and last but not least highly qualified staff, the company has become the leading manufacturer in this area worldwide.
Every process gas waste heat recovery system manufactured by BORSIG Process Heat Exchanger GmbH is designed exactly in accordance with the customer’s individual requirements and is provided with special design features for the various operating conditions and applications.
The process gas waste heat recovery systems can be used for gas pressure values of up to 350 bar (35,000 kPa), incoming gas temperatures of up to 1,500 °C and steam pressure values of up to 160 bar (16,000 kPa).
Reformed Gas Waste Heat Boiler
BORSIG Process Heat Exchanger GmbH offers two different designs of the reformed gas waste heat boiler.
Our patented steam superheaters are suitable for steam pressures of up to 160 bar (16,000 kPa). The steam superheaters are arranged direct in line after the waste heat boilers which are connected to the secondary reformer or reformer – depending on the process.
Synthesis Gas waste heat boiler
BORSIG Process Heat Exchanger GmbH supplies synthesis gas boilers for gas pressures up to 350 bar (35,000 kPa) and steam pressures up to 160 bar (16,000 kPa). They are used in the synthesis gas loop of ammonia plants. The boilers are equipped with U-tubes and can be mounted both in the vertical as well as in the horizontal positions.
Partial oxidation of oil and natural gas
The non-catalytic cracking of hydrocarbons by partial oxidation of natural gas, oil etc. is carried out at temperatures up to 1,500 °C and pressures up to 8,000 kPa. We have developed our own boiler design taking into account the high demands.
Replacement Waste Heat Boilers in plants for the production of nitric acid
BORSIG Process Heat Exchanger GmbH offers replacement waste heat recovery systems and repairs of boilers that have been delivered by BORSIG or STEINMÜLLER to plants for the production of nitric acid, formaldehyde and caprolactam.
HP Heaters and Special Vessels
BORSIG Process Heat GmbH manufactures HP, LP pre-heaters and special vessels for all customers in the oil refinery, petrochemical and chemical industries as well as for power plants.
Steam Drum, Feedwater preheater, Steam Attemperators, Gas/Gas Heat Exchanger, ...
Service and Spare Parts
The after sales service and technical product support service of BORSIG Process Heat Exchanger GmbH offers a wide range of spare parts and services. On request we offer a complete exchange service for pressure vessels and heat exchangers.
Applications of BORSIG process gas waste heat recovery systems include
Ammonia plants, methanol plants, hydrogen plants, coal gasification plants, gas-to-liquid plants, nitric acid plants, caprolactam plants, formaldehyde plants, the partial oxidation of oil or natural gas.
Any combinations can be integrated into your-specific process layout
Reform gas waste heat boiler, steam superheater (1- or 2-stage), HT SHIFT waste heat boiler, feed water preheater, gas/gas heat exchanger, steam drum, synthesis gas waste heat boiler and other special applications.
BORSIG Process Heat Exchanger - Process Gas Waste Heat Recovery Systems
BORSIG Process Heat Exchanger GmbH, a member of the BORSIG Group, is the international leading manufacturer of pressure vessels and heat exchangers for cooling gases at very high temperatures (up to 1,500 °C) and high pressure (up to 35,000 kPa) for the chemical and petrochemical industries. These pressure vessels and heat exchangers are used for process stages in plants for the production of basic chemicals where they are installed directly at the downstream end of the cracking furnaces and/or reactors. BORSIG technology is also used in innovative coal gasification processes.