In traditional lube oil treatment systems the hot oil flows back to the engine sump tank to be cooled by the engine cooling system. Therefore the energy for heating the lube oil upstream of the centrifugal separator is lost. GEA EnergyMaster recovers part of this energy.

GEA EnergyMaster

Easy cost saving for lube oil treatment systems

Cost saving has become a very attractive proposition on board of ships. The overall economy and less consumption of fuel are essential to be more competitive and to operate a green and environmentally friendly vessel.

As an integral part of the lube oil treatment system in compact unit design, GEA EnergyMaster recovers part of the energy. A recovery heat exchanger is the heart of this system and is designed as brazed plate heat exchanger.

GEA EnergyMaster is available as 

  • intergrated part of the heater unit
  • retrofit package for existing heater units

The return on investment period is outstandingly short, even for retrofit systems.

Operating principles and constructional features

The cold dirty oil inlet to the separator system is pre-heated by the recovery heat exchanger before the dirty oil is heated up to separating temperature by the standard steam, thermal oil or electric pre-heater.

The hot clean oil outlet of the separator is used for pre-heating the cold dirty oil inlet.

GEA EnergyMaster is easy to handle, self-regulating and maintenance-free.

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