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Technical overview

      Overview of Engine

Stirling engine technology overview

Internal combustion engine
Gasoline engine
Operated by an explosion
External combustion engine
Stirling engine
Operates due to temperature difference

Features of Stirling engine

80 watts, 800 watts (current product), Cryo S 77K (new product)

3000 watts (planned) 5000 watts (planned)

80 watts,800watts

• Fully sealed engine with low engine noise (60Db)

• Realizes cogeneration power generation at low temperatures of 180 ° C to 600 ° C as well as cryogenic temperatures.

• High energy consumption efficiency (COP) capacity.

• Can generate electricity with propane gas, city gas or biomass

• 800 Watts (water-cooled, Power Factor 95%) –

• Reach -120 ° C in 10-20 minutes. Maximum temperature is -100 ℃

• 80 Watts (air-cooled, Power Factor 90%) –

• Achieve -60 ° C in 10-20 minutes, up to -80 ° C

• 25,000 hours continuous operation (7 years – 24 hours, operational)

• No maintenance required

• Clean energy (using helium gas as working gas)

• (No chlorofluorocarbons required and no damage to the ozone layer)

Double function Realization of power generation and cooling

Power generation function

When heat is applied to the engine head

Generate electricity.

Power generation

Power generation solution

① Gas power generation equipment

LP gas, city gas, methane,

Power generation with gas such as biomass gas

② Bymas power generation

Power generation with wood chips and pellets

③ Solar power generation


Cooling function

When electricity is injected into the engine head

The engine head is cooled.

Electric injection

Cooling solution

① Medical mobile refrigerated BOX

Refrigerate at -30 ° C

② -40 ℃ refrigerator / freezer

③ Medical refrigerator

-86 ℃

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