The Stirling engine cooling system allows the use of waste heat to heat domestic water.
In developing countries, it is possible to add a cooker module that will allow food to be heat treated with hot air burners.
The heat exchanger in the system allows the use of the generated thermal energy to heat the building.
Adding to the solution an absorption refrigerator powered by the heat will allow storing food, medicines and other items that require cooling.
The system is connected to the public power network. It reduces the current consumption of electricity by the value of production. It is possible to accumulate excess energy generated in the public network depending on the adopted legal regulations.
The system operates independently from the public power network. It generates electricity for the own use of household. Excess of produced electricity can be either stored or dispersed.
Several systems connected in an independent power grid. It is possible to connect households not equipped with the system to the network. Thanks to this solution, it is possible to electrify remote settlements to which the public energy network is not supplied.
Thermal System for Biomass 3000 advantages
|The TSB 3000 system is multi-fuel. Competitive solutions operate on one type of fuel. In addition to pellets, it also burns often wasted biofuels - e.g. grain husks, cow dung, wood chips, and other local ones.|
|High efficiency of converting heat into electricity - about 10%|
|Very efficient combustion – Emission at class V level according to PN-EN 303-5: 2012 and Ecodesign (CO ≤ 500 mg/Nm3, NOx ≤ 200 mg/Nm3, dust ≤ 40 mg/Mm3|
|High Tech solution , but very easy to maintain and use|
|Return on investment (ROI) even for 2 years depending on the fuel|
|Easy installation anywhere|
|Quiet – up to 50 dB (like a fridge)|
|Thermal power 7.8/15.6 kW|
|Electric 1/2 kWe|
|Depending on the fuel, ash can be a high-quality fertilizer|