Company Overview

Kinergetics LLC

is a Madison WI based energy and process efficiency engineering firm with a reputation for providing informative energy efficiency investigations, and innovative, cost effective methods to improve energy and process efficiency at industrial facilities throughout the United States, Mexico, South America (Brazil, Paraguay) and Europe (England, Netherlands, Czech Republic, Germany).

Whether you are considering identification of efficiency projects or improving production related to thermal and power systems, Kinergetics will apply its multi-disciplined engineering expertise to meet your objectives.  Our general service offerings include:

  • Detailed Energy Investigations: Identification of opportunities for power and thermal energy use reductions.  Projects often yield annual savings of 10 to 20 times the fees incurred, and include capital and “low/no” cost opportunities.
  • Process Heating, Energy & Waste Energy Recovery: Kinergetics heat transfer technology and design provide cost effective solutions for low (<100°F) and high (>300°F) temperature fouling prone exhaust and liquids.
  • Process Cooling, Refrigeration, Fans & Pumps: Kinergetics has extensive experience with process cooling, refrigeration, cooling towers, fans and pumps. This includes efficiency, selection, field testing, design and verification of performance requirements.
  • Design, Engineering & Debottlenecking: Experience with design, troubleshooting, and the efficiency of thermal and mechanical vapor recompression, waste heat and multi-effect evaporators, cooling towers, fans, pumps, chillers ( up to 5,000 HP), and oxidizer fans.
  • Water/Wastewater Reduction: Wastewater reduction and water recovery for cost reduction and resource conservation.  Systems can be waste energy driven in certain applications.
  • Combined heat and Power (CHP): Kinergetics developed a more cost effective approach to CHP with reciprocating engines, and uses its expertise with heat recovery and plant heat integration to help design economically viable CHP systems to reduce facility energy costs.
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