Electrification is one of the most effective green energy solutions for reducing CO2 emissions and lowering your overall carbon footprint. However, its effectiveness relies on specific conditions being met. Discover the currently available electrification techniques and their advantages.  

It’s not about finding that one perfect technology that fits all. It’s about combining different technologies that best fit together and optimize your energy center in the most sustainable and attainable form.


E-boilers, or electrode boilers, are extremely fast in ramping up and down, ensuring high energy efficiency and reduced CO2 emissions through efficient energy use. This flexibility enables you to power them up quickly, leading to significant cost savings during periods of low electricity prices. When combined with a traditional gas boiler, e-boilers allow you to switch fuels within minutes, optimizing your energy use based on real-time conditions. 

Heat pumps

Many industries continue to waste substantial volumes of lowtemperature heat. Using industrial heat pumps allows for efficient heat recovery, elevating waste heat to useful levels for your operations while contributing to CO2 emission reduction. Meticulous heat pump selection and seamless system integration are key to ensuring sustainable energy use and the success of any heat pump project. 

Mechanical Vapour Recompression (MVR)

MVR systems have been used in select industries for years, and are now gaining rapid popularity due to the ongoing energy transition. This technology offers a straightforward and highly efficient method to mechanically recompress waste vapors from your processes. By repurposing these vapors as a valuable heat source, MVR systems contribute to CO2 emission reduction and minimize waste. This leads to significant energy savings and enhanced process efficiency. Implementing MVR projects necessitates meticulous integration into your processes, a task that Callens-Vyncke is well-equipped to assist you with. 


Our projects

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Discover some of our projects we’ve engineered and installed over the past years. Ongoing projects concerning electrification, novel fuels, waste streams and carbon capture will be added soon. Meanwhile, follow our LinkedIn page for live updates on our new projects.

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