Heat to  Power 

Enjoy Many Hours of Free electricity from these new energy storage devices.

ONce energy is stored or converted you goo to go on clean power.

 

We can draw direct for heat. Daniel has created several very Unique Catlytic formula to allow exothermic results from H2 combustion  Processes to allow the Looping of Ammonia and H2 Gases acheving very HIGH C.O.P 

The Dreen Gas to Heat Technology is Manufactured by Secure Supplies and Integrated into some leading Heat Exchanges, Heat Cyclic engines as shown here and also Gas pressure run Steam CHP Rankle Cycle Turbines.

5 to 50 kw Models below

Heat to Power Engines may be divided into three main categories:

ALFA

Engine with two 90° opposed cylinders, one cold and the other hot

BETA

Engine with one power piston and a displaced piston in the same cylinder

GAMMA

Engine with a power piston and a displaced piston in two different cylinders

50 to 250 kw Models below

Examples of different sizes from 15 kw to 50 kw
( one could put a unit on each exhaust of a engine for example).

Not We Use refrigerant in our Design instead of water as 

refrigerants boil at lower temperatures and can be looped with our loss of steam etc Sealed Turbine systems

Pasteurization Example | Pressure Cooking | Sterilization

GUIDELINES FOR FURNACE INSTALLATION (1/2)

The engine can be installed on virtually any furnace if the combustion chamber is big enough to host the hot side of the heat exchangers.

 

The furnaces can use solid (biomass and coal), liquid or gas fuel. Gas or liquid fuel furnaces Those are the one that usually present less problems. The flame is easier to control and “cleaner”.

 

There are no melted ashes and the heat exchangers don’t get dirty from contact with the flame if the combustion is well calibrated. The constant temperature of the combustion chamber makes the exchange of heat easier. Biomass furnaces Wood, pellet and chip wood furnaces are all supported. Even reverse flame boilers or furnaces are supported.

 

Chipwood or pellet furnaces Are the easiest to adapt to be used with our engines. The fuel provisioning can be controlled so that the heat is generated at a constant pace. They usually come with a burner at the bottom of the combustion chamber, this allows to position the heat exchangers on top of the burner and the ashes to fall on the side and not to stick to the exchangers. It is often possible to find an easy way to position the exchangers on the hot air flow before it reaches the water radiator.

 

It is recommended to first heat the engine exchanger and afterward the water. Sometimes the pellet furnaces may have an external burner, in this case, the heat exchangers can be positioned in front of the flame so that both can be immersed in the flame at the same time. Wood furnace The positioning of the engine is equivalent to the pellet/chipwood one, but it requires a bit more planning and customization.

GUIDELINES FOR FURNACE INSTALLATION (2/2)

Reverse flame furnaces With those kinds of furnaces the ashes are usually a bigger concern. The wood is above the combustion chamber and the flammable gas generated from the wood is pushed down in the combustion chamber trough a narrow opening under the wood.

 

The problem is that along with the gas, the ashes are also falling down the opening.

 

For this reason it is recommended to not place the exchanger under the gas opening. Note: The general rule is that the heat exchangers need to be positioned right in the middle of the hot air flow in the furnace.

 

Both the exchangers should receive as much heat as possible inside the combustion chamber. Is important that the entire body of the exchanger reaches a good operating temperature. Moreover is important to avoid ashes depositing on the heat exchanger’s pipes. Ash deposits reduce the ability of the heat exchangers to conduct heat inside the engine.

MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE

Estimated maintenance Every 3 months: visual inspection and pressure check. Every year: visual inspection, pressure check and refill of Nitrogen.

 

Every 3 Years or 20’000 hours internal inspection. If the engine is used with biomass or wood boilers it’s recommended to clean periodically the hot exchanger with an iron brush. Service It’s avaiable for free for the first 12 months from the delivery of the engine a remote monitoring service (phone charges excluded), after there will be an annual fee.

 

For the first 12 months it’s avaiable and for free a remote service.

 

Repairs and restoration Secure Supplies  Offers extraordinary maintenance services and/or the supply of all spare parts of the engine.

 

If the engine is used on heavy heat source it’s avaiable a restoration service of the heat excanhers (if is possible) to minimize the spare costs.

SPARE PARTS

O-RING Refit kits

Breakdown of complete set of O-rings for HE 3000

  • 1 O-ring NBR S 5,34 between engine Block and crankcase

  • 4+4 O-ring NBR S 3,53 between engine block and piston sleeves

  • 2+2 O-ring FPM S 5,34 in the heat exchanger block

  • 1 O-ring NBR S 5,34 between engine block and power generator

  • 1 O-ring NBR S 5,34 between engine block and flywheel case

Breakdown of complete set of O-rings for HE 1000

  • 1 O-ring NBR S 5,34 between engine Block and crankcase

  • 4 O-ring NBR S 3,53 between engine block and piston sleeves

  • 2 O-ring FPM S 5,34 in the heat exchanger block

  • 1 O-ring NBR S 5,34 between engine block and power generator

  • 1 O-ring NBR S 5,34 between engine block and flywheel case

EXAMPLE APPLICATIONS

Anyone who needs to produce heat has above all the need to produce it efficiently (economically). To be able to produce electrical energy at the same cost and without the need to increase the power of the furnace with which heat energy is produced, without a doubt increases the efficiency of the plant.

Our market is therefore represented by all of those small or medium concerns that need energy: energy that these firms, either totally or in part, produce on their own and which in and of itself represents a significant cost and a critical resource.

There are situations in which none of the technological alternatives currently available on the market may be advantageously applied to the work being carried out.

 

Furthermore, even compared to other forms of renewable energy production, the advantages of a range of Stirling Engines are evident:

 

from the environmental and landscape impact,

being basically null,

 

to the lack of any long bureaucratic authorisation procedures for the facility,

going on to the certain economic return for anyone who intends on making the initial investment, given the quantity of energy produced.

Today, alongside the large power stations and the traditional distribution lines, ever more small, localised systems are working.

 

These, combining the production of heat energy with that of electrical power, represent in many situations an efficient solution both from the economic point of view as well as that of energy availability.

The Micro-Cogeneration market is being extended and established, favoured also by the new regulations surrounding it regarding the liberalisation of electrical energy production and in favour of micro-generation plants, making this type of technology ever more desirable compared to the traditional furnaces able to produce only thermal energy.

There are very many settings in which micro-cogeneration finds optimal conditions for application: practically all of those situations in which there is a need to produce heat energy for a prolonged number of hours over the year, such as, for example:

  • Swimming pools and sports centres

  • private health care facilities and hospitals

  • community centres, restaurants and hotels

  • rest homes

  • schools and dormitories

  •  supermarkets

  • mountain community water purification plants

  •  farm holiday centres

  • nature parks and reserves

  • ecology oases, mountain pasture retreats

  •  mountain refuge cottages

  •  green house farms

  •  agro-food industries

  •  dairies, pasta factories

  •  tanneries

  • chemical-pharmaceutical industries

  • textile industries

  •  wineries

  • distilleries

  • dye houses                                                                                                                                                                            

 

 In addition there are all of those concerns that may be found in areas that are under-developed in regard to the traditional power lines service such as

 

for example

isolated houses Secure Supplies Engines may be combined with existing technology

 or in any event, with those technologies available on the market, to transform them from a mere heat sources to cogeneration plants.

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