HEATING AND COOLING

Magnetocaloric heat pumps are an environmental friendly solution for heating and cooling contributing to the renewable energy transition. In contrast to conventional technologies, magnetocaloric heat pumps do not use any toxic and strong greenhouse gasses. They also allow the design of a more compact and silent device compared to conventional heat pumps. Further, there is more design flexibility because the temperature span can be tuned with the material properties.

WASTE HEAT TO POWER

Magnetocaloric materials form the heart of the thermomagnetic motor (TMM), which can generate electricity from one of the largest and not yet exploited energy sources on earth: Low temperature waste heat below 80°C.


THERMOMAGNETIC MOTOR – THE INGENIUS CONTRIBUTION TO RENEWABLE ENERGY TRANSITION


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