TCHP can utilize boil off gas as a fuel to provide cryogenic cooling in the production of LNG. It can be installed on LNG transport ships as a modular and mobile unit. It can also serve as an efficient cooling system to keep the LNG in its liquid form when it is being stored. It provides this without electricity, compressors, or refrigerants. TCHP mobile capabilities can expand the market into hard to serve areas.
ThermoLift can easily achieve temperatures from -40°C to -162°C making it an efficient separator of natural gas liquids without electricity, turbines, or refrigerants.
Concurrent Heating and Cooling from a single device. TCHP can utilize its waste heat to meet industrial heating needs as such pasteurization and refrigeration in dairy processing. This will result in significant energy reduction and cost savings in industrial applications.
TCHP is well suited for industry due to its scalability in size. The unit can be designed up to 10 ton system. Also , the option to group multiple TCHP units together can address the heating and cooling needs of industry buildings or applications.
TCHP can use any fuel from natural gas to renewables to electricity.
Emission-free Matrix Radiant Burner
ThermoLift’s TCHP can reduce the carbon footprint by 43%, while also reducing end-user costs and increasing source energy system efficiency, saving 29.5 million tons of CO2 emissions per year in those two states alone.
By reducing NOx and SOx emissions and eliminating refrigerants, it significantly diminishes dangers to the environment.
Refrigerants cause harm, such as:
- Depletes the ozone layer
- High global warming potential
- Several thousand times potent than Co2