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Friday, June 4, 2010



EnerGen, the CHPC heating product range from Thermax, can be used for a range of applications across diverse industries. Engineered for reliability, each EnerGen boiler is factory insulated in engine specific sizes and designs, allows multiple engine exhausts to be connected to it, is user friendly and is easy to maintain.


  • Reduces as well as provides greater control over energy costs
  • Improved thermal efficiency: up to 80%
  • Reduced capital cost requirements and overall lower system operating cost
  • Provides increased protection of the environment and aids in conservation of natural resources
Product Features
  • Smoke tube exhaust heat recovery boilers are available as per domestic & international codes IBR, BS, CE
  • Offers series of products for generating steam/hot water
  • Suitable for generator set engine fuels - gas and liquid fuel
  • Standard range for ease of coupling at back end of: oil engines up to 2 MWe, single engine capacity and gas engines up to 5 MWe, single engine capacity 
  • High purity steam
  • Can support fluctuating steam requirements
  • Steam pressure available - 10.54, 17.50 and 25 Kg/ cm2g
  • Adequate safeties provided to ensure no adverse effect on genset operation
  • Customized products can be offered for higher capacities/different engine fuel exhausts
  • Offers series of products for generating steam/hot water
Experience that you can count on

Thermax's experience with gensets goes back several decades. The result being that, today, Thermax offers reliable engine waste heat recovery based CHPC products that can be configured for use with almost all leading gas engines/ DG sets:
  • Caterpillar
  • Cummins
  • Deutz
  • GE Jenbacher
  • Guascor
  • Greaves
  • KOEL
  • Man B&W
  • Perkins
  • Rolls Royce
  • Skoda
  • Wartsila
  • Waukesha


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