Combined Dry Cooling and Quenching (CDQ) plant technology used by Thermal Systems ensure complete waste heat recovery in power plants. It's a type of air-cooled heat exchanger that recovers waste heat from the flue gas of power plants and cools it to be used for various applications like process heating or for re-heating the steam cycle.
Our CDQ plants help to improve the thermal efficiency of power plants, reducing emissions and saving energy. Thermal System's CDQ system is designed to accommodate specific waste heat recovery requirements and can be used in both fossil fuel and renewable energy power plants.
The manufacturing of Combined Dry Cooling and Quenching (CDQ) plants involves several stages, including design, procurement, fabrication, and assembly. The following are the steps involved in the manufacturing process: