Stirling Engine Microgen Engine
Microgen Engine Corporation has been working for many years on the development of a free-piston Stirling engine that is suitable for mass production. Since 1995, the enterprise has invested 200 million euros into the development of this concept; efforts that have been paid off with both technological and commercial success. As a result, the Microgen Engine Corporation has been the world's only successful mass producer of Stirling engines with this power range since 2010, when tey first became a commercial viability.
Many world-renowned companies, such as Vaillant and Viessmann also rely on the Microgen Stirling engine and use it in gas micro-CHP systems.
The Microgen Stirling engine produces alternating current (50 Hz) and can provide a maximum power of 1 kW.
Minimal maintenance with remote monitoring
Various fuel sources: natural gas, LPG, Diesel
Clean combustion with low emissions
Extremely durable in rugged and harsh conditions
Multiple voltages, modular modulating base power and flexible peak power options
Microgen Engine Specifications:
- Height (m)0.45
- Weight (kg)49
- Frequency (Hz)50, 60
- Efficiency (%)26
- Power (W)1050
- Noise Level at 1 m (dB)52.5
- Voltage (V)230