InvenSor chiller news: The latest from the world of clever cooling

Here you can find the latest news and information on InvenSor products, systems, applications and technical innovations in energy-efficient cooling using adsorption chillers. Find out how users from around the world are using adsorption cooling for their own cooling solutions in both industry and commerce – and how you can benefit from environmentally friendly cooling based on thermal drive.

InvenSor LTC 90 e plus for more cooling in a higher capacity range

Adsorption chillers are becoming more and more popular all over the world. This is not only because the eco-friendly technology is using pure water as refrigerant, but also because of high energy savings and, therefore, lower costs on the electricity bill. This year InvenSor has developed a new adsorption chiller with a cooling capacity between 30 and 105 kW (8.5 – 29.9 RT) to cover an even higher capacity range with the highest possible efficiency. The new product InvenSor LTC 90 e plus is available now.

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District administration building in Husum, Germany

In December 2012, five InvenSor LTC 10 plus – Free Cooling (FC) adsorption chillers were installed in the data center of the district administration in Husum, in the North of Germany. The administration building is located very close to the North Sea.

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Adsorption Cooling on the Rise in Industry

In addition to products and goods, Germany’s manufacturing industry also produces a large amount of surplus energy. Increasing numbers of companies are studying the clever use of waste heat within their company, as they strive to operate in a more economical and environmentally friendly way.

As the cleantech company InvenSor announced at the Hanover Fair, the industry trend towards the use of adsorption cooling is continuing unabated in 2015. Demand for simple cooling solutions from the Berlin-based manufacturer has risen significantly over the last two years. There are many reasons for this.

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Triple the Capacity: Quantum Leap in Adsorption Cooling

The German clean tech company InvenSor is presenting a new adsorption chiller at the 2015 Hannover Messe with a cooling capacity three times higher than the previous model. The LTC 30 e plus (power output range 10-35 kW) will be presented to the public for the first time in Hall 27 at Booth J50 (J50/3).
“We look forward to showing the highest-capacity and most efficient new member of our product family going forward at the leading trade fair for German industry. This product is a small revolution in the field of thermal cooling in Europe. We increased all of the technologically relevant performance figures while at the same making the technology even more efficient,” said Sören Paulußen, Managing Director of InvenSor GmbH, regarding the premiere at the Hannover Messe.

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Yacht harbor in Italy relies on InvenSor cooling system

Solar water heating systems are becoming more and more popular, particularly in the sun-drenched regions of Southern Europe. Heating domestic hot water is a good opportunity to combine ecology and efficiency for example at tourist locations such as campgrounds. A tourism complex on the banks of the Adriatic Sea is now also taking advantage of the pinnacle of solar technology: solar-powered air conditioning with an adsorption chiller. Powered by vacuum tube collectors from the company Thermics Energie Srl, which is based in the region, an InvenSor adsorption chiller has been air-conditioning office spaces in the Portobaseleghe administrative buildings since the middle of 2013. The large, private harbor and camping complex form the center of Bibione Mare near Venice.

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Process cooling with adsorption chillers and micro cogeneration units

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.

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