OUR ENGINES

CHARACTERISTICS

Resilient and reliable tall the materials used in the engine are carefully selected to resist high temperatures, stress and oxidation, especially the materials used on the hot side of the engine.

Easy to build the engine can be completely assembled with standard tools in a few hours by anyone with some degree of mechanical experience.

Use of Nitogen (air) instead of helium of hydrogen as operating gas this allows the option to install the engine in remote locations

Versatility our engine can be used with either gas burners or biomass furnaces such as those that use wood-chips, pellets, or similar fuels. We conducted tests with gas burners, pellets, wood and inverse flame furnaces without changing any of the aspects of the engine.

It can easily be combined with pre-existing systems allowing you to transform any heat generating system into a cogeneration plant.

The engine starts working at 700 degrees Celsius and reaches the optimal performance point at 950 degrees. This temperature was used for all the tests reported in this document. However, thanks to the special materials used (AISI 310) the engine can work at temperatures as high as 950 degrees.

Motore Stirling

Standard Line

ML3000

The ML3000 engines are ready to be used for domestic and/or industrial applications.

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Prototype Line

PROTOTYPE

They are engines ready to be used for domestic and/or industrial applications.

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