Triogen ORC-system produces electricity for example from exhaust gases of gas engines or diesel engines.
The Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) is named for its use of an organic (high molecular mass) fluid with a liquid-vapour phase change (boiling point), occurring at a lower temperature than the water-steam phase change in a steam turbine installation. The relatively low temperature heat is converted into useful work that, in itself, can be converted into electricity.
Triogen ORC system can utilize heat sources such as
- Exhaust gases of landfill and biogas engines
- Exhaust gases of diesel engines
- Exhaust gases of gas turbines
- Process heat
- Furnaces heat
- Any source of heat ≥ 350 °C