Conversion of low temperature heat to electr.. | Innovation Database

Exencotech has invented a new technique to convert low temperature heat (25 to 95ºC) to mechanical energy and electricity.
The technique is used to save energy, boost process efficiency and reduce pollution.
Several studies show an enormous market potential for products that could use low temperature heat to produce high grade energy like electricity.
Exencotech has invented a new technique to convert low temperature heat (25 to 95ºC) to mechanical energy and electricity.
The technique is used to save energy, boost process efficiency and reduce pollution.
 

The technology:
is based on a volume expansion that takes place in a Phase Change Material (PCM) when the material changes phase. A volume expansion under high pressure gives a high energy output.maintains a high relative efficiency even for temperatures below 60 ºC.offers excellent price performance figures.is environmental friendly since it leads to a reduction of emission of green house gases through utilization of waste heat.is scalable which make it possible to build small sized systems.have been checked and scientific approved by scientist at the Stockholm Royal Institute of Technology (KTH).is unique and several patents have been identified and filed.is developed by an experienced team of international experts.

Applications:

Waste heat recovery in industrial processes, vehicles and shipsPower generation from geothermal heatPower generation from the thermal gradient in sea water (OTEC)Waste heat recovery in electrical power plantsSolar driven electrical power generatorContinuous heat driven circulation pumps 

Source: spin-project.eu

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