ORC and CPS Technology at E-world

Microgas turbine and ORC technology by Dürr

Bietigheim-Bissingen, 20. January 2015 - The microgas turbine (Compact Power System or CPS) and the ORC technology (Organic Rankine Cycle) by Dürr are particularly economical solutions for optimum utilization of energy.

Dürr sell their microgas turbine technology under the product name of Compact Power System (CPS). This name stands for a highly efficient co-generation unit (rated electrical output: 100kW; rated thermal exhaust-gas output: 210kW-520kW) for decentralized provision of electricity, heating and cooling. Not only gaseous but also liquid fuels can be used for extremely low-emission combustion. The turbine waste gas available at a constant temperature level can be used for example for generation of steam or hot or warm water, or for drying goods. Depending on the application, a total efficiency of up to 98% can be achieved. The CPS by Dürr is reliable, low-maintenance, low-noise, and convinces with its small footprint and high availability.

ORC compact modules by Dürr Cyplan inexpensively generate electricity from various heat sources at already relatively low temperatures. Up to 20% of the thermal energy is converted into electricity, 80% is available for subsequent thermal utilization. The range of Dürr products comprises modules for high and low temperatures (starting at 90°C) with outputs of minimum 40 KWel. Heat sources can be hot water, steam, thermal oil or combustion gases.

Dürr will be present at the E-World 2015 in Hall 2 at Booth 2-135.