Tag: gas generators

A gas generator usually refers to a device, often similar to a solid rocket or a liquid rocket that burns to produce large volumes of relatively cool gas, instead of maximizing the temperature and specific impulse. The low temperature allows the gas to be put to use more easily in many applications, particularly to drive turbines. Gas generators are used to power turbopumps in rocket motors, to deploy airbags, and in other cases where large volumes of gas are needed, and storing it as a pressurized gas is undesirable or impractical.

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AKSA POWER GENERATION USA
Aksa Power Generation becomes a new player in the US power generation market. Aksa began introducing its product in the US at the end of 2012. Investments in UL certification, seismic certification, and the expansion of their facility in Louisiana, shows that Aksa is committed to being

A Growing Trend

A Growing Trend

Cogeneration systems, also known as combined heat and power, have traditionally been installed by larger industrial users with high steam and power demands and by smaller, institutional users such as universities and hospitals. Since the early 2000s, smaller industrial and commercial companies have discovered cogeneration utilizing natural gas-fired reciprocating engines,

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BES-TECH
The Digi-RTU modulates the capacity of rooftop units and air/water source heat pumps to match the dynamic nature of building cooling or heating loads. As a result, energy waste is minimized and indoor comfort is improved. Because of its unique operating principles, the Digi-RTU achieves greater savings than any other

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SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC
Conext XW+ is an adaptable single-phase and three-phase hybrid inverter with grid-tie functionality and dual AC power inputs. Available solar charge controllers, monitoring, and automated generator control modules enable further adaptability. From a single Conext XW+ unit, to clusters up to 102 kW, the Conext XW+ is a scalable

Building Design with Sea Rise in Mind

Building Design with Sea Rise in Mind

There’s an unusual occupant in the penthouse suite of many Manhattan high-rise buildings today. It’s not America’s wealthy elite or mice with multi-million dollar views. The premium, top-floor space is increasingly occupied by emergency generators meant to sustain building residents when disaster strikes.

“Along coastlines and lake shores and riverfronts across

A Fuel Phase Transition

A Fuel Phase Transition

There is a quiet (and sometimes not so quiet) revolution taking place in the way America powers its motors, engines, and turbines. Industrial motors, traditionally powered by diesel and gasoline fuels, are transitioning to a new fuel source—natural gas.

Compressed natural gas (CNG) and its cousin liquid propane gas (LPG) are becoming

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SENSAPHONE
The new Sentinel system from Sensaphone remotely monitors unattended HVAC units, refrigerators, and freezers. When environmental changes or equipment malfunctions threaten HVACR units and the assets they protect, the Sentinel system automatically alerts facility managers, who can quickly
address the potentially costly situation. The Sentinel
system monitors up to 12 different environmental

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Active Power
CleanSource HD UPS addresses the needs and requirements of today’s, and tomorrow’s, mission-critical facility, delivering the combined benefits of power density, reliability, and total cost of ownership that is unmatched in today’s market. CleanSource HD is the most power dense UPS in the industry at the 750-kVA power rating,

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Active Power CleanSource HD UPS addresses the needs and requirements of today’s, and tomorrow’s, mission-critical facility, delivering the combined benefits of power density, reliability, and total cost of ownership that is unmatched in today’s market. CleanSource HD is the most power dense UPS in the industry at the 750-kVA power

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