The company touts three of its heat transfer systems, including the CADS Series Desuperheater™, a suction line heat exchanger, and the GFX™ grey water heat recovery system. The CADS is designed to reclaim waste heat from industrial refrigeration systems for cost-effective heating of potable water. Refrigeration system performance is also enhanced because installing a desuperheater into an existing cooling configuration is equivalent to adding 15% more condenser capacity, says the company. Meanwhile, suction line heat exchangers are designed for improving refrigerant cooling performance. And the GFX (Gravity Film Xchange) system is designed to recover waste heat from grey water and recycle it to an incoming cold-water line before it enters a water heater for cost-effective energy savings, says the manufacturer. — Doucette Industries, Inc. York, PA