Sun Powered Steam Generation


The solar parabolic trough is a solar concentrator assembly consisting of a reflector, glass covered receiver tube, automatic tracking system, and support structure.  The concentration of the sun’s thermal energy onto the receiver tube heats the working fluid flowing through the tube.  This heat energy can be used directly or indirectly  for a range of applications.  The maximum temperature of the medium that can be attained using this technology is 210 DegC.

Air conditioning is attained by the use of a Vapor Absorption Machine.

Why spend electricity or fuel cost to cool or heat when the sun can do it free?


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Jess C. Gregorio
Affiliate Technical Marketing and Project Lead Generation Manager for the Philippine Territory
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Sun Powered Large Scale Air Conditioning and Cold Storage


A pioneering solar based cooling solution by integrating vapor absorption machines with solar concentrators.  The concentrators generate hot water by harnessing solar thermal energy.  The hot water is supplied to the vapor absorption machine or VAM.

The VAM supplies chilled water which is circulated through cooling coils in the air handling unit or AHU over which air flows.  The air thus cooled can be used for air conditioning application through solar cooling system hybridized by conventional cooling system.  It is a great cost saving project for building cooling needs by having to operate  your air conditioning without power cost during the day.

Solar concentrators hybridized by  biomass gasifiers can also be used to power cold storage facilities.  This type of cold storage design extends shelf life of agricultural or fishery products in remote provinces.  Usher rural development by enhancing  local food industry processing and storage.

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Jess C. Gregorio

Affiliate Marketing and Project Lead Generation Manager for the Philippine Territory

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