Two Applications

The core function of the THEAC-25 is converting heat into cold. This means that any installation system with the THEAC-25 requires a source of heat. There are two sustainable options: one is to use solar heat, the other is to use waste heat.

Solar heat

Heat from the sun is collected by VTC-panels (vacuum tube solar collectors). These panels can heat-up water up to 160°C in summer. The hot water is converted to cold by the THEAC-25. The low temparatures are used to produce cold water or cold air that can be distributed in the building.

Waste heat

Another option is the use of waste heat. By inserting an additional heat exchanger in, for example, a flue gas exhaust the harvested heat can be channelled into the THEAC-25 to convert it into cold. The source of input is different, but the concept and result is identical.

Depending on the demands for climate control, especially the availability criteria, provisions can be made to either store overproduction of cold or arrange back-up heat supply.

Solar application

01. VTC-Panels
Hot water 40–160 °C

02. Dry-coolers

03. THEAC-25
220 x 220 x 60 cm 480 kg
25kW cooling power

Waste heat application

01. Heat exchanger

02. Dry-coolers

03. THEAC-25
220 x 220 x 60 cm 480 kg
25kW cooling power

Regenerators and heat exchangers in the THEAC-25

Connection Diagram THEAC-25