Advanced System At A Company In Southern Germany Acts As A Model For The Entire Industry

The three installed LTC 10 plus chillers at TRANSpofix. (Photo © InvenSor)

BERLIN, Germany – Since May 2013, the TRANSpofix Company has benefited from its combined cooling, heat, and power (CCHP) system located at its headquarters between the German cities of Nuremberg and Regensburg.

The company produces its own electricity with the help of three micro cogeneration units (Combined heat and power – CHP) and uses the resulting waste heat for heating and cooling. As an innovative company specialized in the manufacture of state-of-the-art transport systems and the corresponding plastic and aluminum parts (thick-walled polyethylene), it was almost a given that the company would also use an extremely efficient HVACR system. After careful planning, Willibald Hergeth, managing director of TRANSpofix GmbH, and Andreas Stephan, junior manager of Stephan Heizungsbau GmbH, agreed on a combination of three SenerTec Dachs CHP units and three InvenSor adsorption cooling units. The cooling units developed by the Berlin-based company InvenSor have already received numerous awards for their efficiency.

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