Onsite Power Production that is independent of the traditional grid as well as efficient, cost-effective, eco-friendly, and reliable. An excellent primary power or back up power source that eliminates any loss from power outages.
Independent, onsite power production that is cost-effective, efficient, eco-friendly, and reliable. The system serves as a primary or backup energy source and eliminates power outages, peak rates, and power spikes associated with the traditional energy grid.
M-Trigen's micro-scaled products allow for independent micro-grid applications of cogeneration or trigeneration systems. With both systems, the engine creates heat which is utilized for water and space heating and the power generated provides electrical energy to the establishment. The PowerAire system utilizes a compressor that runs refrigerant through the facility's condenser and air handlers to function in the same manner as a traditional air conditioning unit. The systems provide continuous, reliable energy day and night without the need for any external backup batteries being required. Excess power can also be sold back to the traditional energy grid as needed.
M-TriGen’s PowerFurnace heating and power system increases reliability, decreases expense, and is environmentally friendly. One PowerFurnace system provides 20kW of continuous electric power or 25kW of intermittent electric power. It is designed to provide independent primary power while simultaneously capturing the heat loss from the engine, increasing the energy efficiency by using it for water and space heating. The system can also be connected to the traditional energy grid for backup power. Always on, On Demand power to handle intermittent peak and surge loads from motors and appliances.
PowerFurnace harnesses 40% to 60% more waste heat energy than other power generators. It is twice as efficient as a standby generator or the central power grid’s combined cycle generators. The system makes the most efficient use of fuel by producing heat and power at the point of use allowing the facility to benefit from maximum efficiency in distributed energy generation. Units are dual fuel to use either natural gas or propane as a base fuel and are easily integrated into existing or new solar energy production systems. The PowerFurnace system is ETL listed and conforms to UL, ANSI, CSA, and CGA safety standards.
M-TriGen’s PowerAire cooling, heating and power system is the most reliable, economically efficient, and environmentally sound solution for a multi-tenant residence or commercial buildings. One PowerAire system provides 6 to 10kW of electric power and 5 to 16 tons of cooling with heating simultaneously. Multiple units can be combined together to meet the needs of many small to medium sized retail or commercial facilities. The system is designed to provide independent, primary power that can also be connected to the traditional grid as a backup if necessary. The onboard battery storage provides sufficient power to handle intermittent peak and surge loads from motors and appliances. Additionally, a programmable universal load management system provides remote access control of the unit.
PowerAire harnesses 40% to 60% more waste heat energy than other power generator. It is twice as efficient as a standby generator or the central power grid’s combined cycle generators. PowerAire makes the most efficient use of fuel by producing cooling, heat, and power at the point of use allowing the home or business owner to benefit from maximum efficiency in distributed energy generation. PowerAire units are available using natural gas or propane as a base fuel and are easily integrated into existing or new solar energy production systems. PowerAire has an onboard Energy Management System that complements and controls Solar Photovoltaic (PV) arrays, and/or Wind Power systems through built-in inverters. The PowerAire system is ETL labeled and conforms to UL, ANSI, CSA, and CGA safety standards.
We can tailor a system to meet the needs of almost any environment.
MicroGrid Storage provides support for the integration of PowerFurnace and PowerAire Systems into new and existing facilities.
The PowerFurance and PowerAire Systems are designed to function as a source of primary power in both on-grid and off-grid configurations. They are interactive energy management systems that complement and control Solar Photovoltaic (PV) arrays, and/or Wind Power systems through built-in inverters. Significant savings can be achieved by programming system software to Time of Use (TOU), and Tiered Electricity Pricing (TEP) models since the systems can be configured to operate as the primary source of power or to produce surge loads during high value hours of the day. This is advantageous as a method of peak load shaving for minimizing overall expense. Excess power produced by the system can be sold back to utility companies.
PowerFurnace and PowerAire make the most efficient use of fuel by producing heat and power and additional cooling in the case of the PowerAire at the point of use allowing the home or business owner to benefit from distributed power and maximum efficiency in energy generation. This process is typically two to three times more efficient as a centralized electrical utility grid. The result is lower energy bills.
Delivered ready for installation, with connections to the building’s existing electrical panel, HVAC system for the PowerAire, and connections for renewable power systems. The modular design can be easily configured to match the exact requirements for any site’s specific load demand.
Uniquely suited and designed for any climate, including hot and humid or cold and dry climates.
Multiple modes of operation are fully programmable and intelligently controlled through smart devices or a building automation system providing additional peace of mind and ease of operation.
Daily run time, time of day peak shaving, power interface and integration with multiple units are adjusted through the electronic control unit which is remotely addressable by certified technicians from electronic devices such as a cellphone, tablet, or computer.
Generated power can be sold to the grid together with other renewable energy systems, such as solar and wind. The ability to resell to the grid is determined by rules and regulations of the retail power service provider at the location.
Interconnected to the electric grid for back-up power in the event of service interruption, and to sell excess power back to the grid.
Solar and wind power easily integrates to work in conjunction with the batteries and inverter, energy management, power storage, and monitoring system, that can be configured to work side by side or together with micro-inverter systems.
Energy is stored uniquely and is directly compatible with solar panels and wind turbines to create a sustainable bridge for using renewable power sources that avoid costly and inefficient ‘net metering’.
In solo or island operation mode, configuration to generate power at any desired voltage up to 460Vac 3 phase is possible. In Single and Split Phase, up to four units can run in parallel and in Three Phase, up to twelve units can run in multi cluster configuration.
Installs directly into the existing building infrastructure and electrical panels that are already connected to the grid, thereby offering complete redundancy to the building’s existing systems.
In the event of a system interruption, loads are automatically transferred to the bypassed original electric fan motor that is part of the original system which remains wired to the electric grid. This is a seamless transfer, ensuring continuous operation.
Inside the system unit, there is an intelligent fully enclosed power management, storage and delivery appliance that provides all-in-one load management and an uninterruptible power system (UPS).
Offering full integration of storage, supplemental and back-up power for all loads as well as full integration of switching, safety power cut off and shore / grid power sensing.
Intelligent power management, power storage and uninterruptible power with load shaving, peak shaving, universal power distribution, load monitoring and grid power sensing.
1. Engine coolant removes heat from engine
2. Braised plate heat exchanger extracts heat from engine coolant into propylene glycol mixture, i.e. High Temp Loop (HTL)
The PowerAire system integrates with a new or existing HVAC system, providing refrigerant and a hydronic loop that cools, heats and saves because it is powered by natural gas or propane, and operates quietly at 58 to 62 db.
Fail safe operation compared to full electric grid operation, and provides 5 to 16 tons of cooling and heating that integrates with existing R410A HVAC systems, through engine driven compressors that work independently from the electric compressors.
PowerAire's patented design integrates engine waste heat for exceptional operating efficiency and performance to drastically decrease electricity use for cooling, heating and hot water applications.
R-410A refrigerant is used to avoid working with multiple refrigerants.
C22.2. No. 100
C22.2. No. 236
Ul1741, CSA 107.1
EMC directive FCC and Industry Canada Class B
Interconnect IEEE 1547 and CSA 107.1
Designed To Provide Years Of Uninterrupted Service, Typically 12 Years Before A Major Service Event Is Considered, With Bi-Annual Preventive Maintenance Required.
An initial service to replace the oil and filters is recommended upon the first 50 hours of usage and then every 2500 hours or every 6 months (whichever occurs first).
Both the PowerAire and PowerFurnace units are sold with a 5 year limited warranty. During the 5 year warranty period all parts and labor are covered with standard exclusions. The Parts and Labor warranty can be extended every 5 years for up to 20 years of coverage. Full details are available upon request.
Installs into the existing facility infrastructure and electrical panels that are already connected to the grid, thereby offering complete redundancy to the building’s existing systems.
A trained and certified installer, using natural gas or propane depending on what type of service you have in your area is required for installation.
There are no major issues with permitting since standard equipment is used and interfacing is done per NEC code. Connection to the existing electrical and/or refrigeration lines is easy.
Inverter system and battery bank, as well as a load management system are included.
A comprehensive Installation and Owner’s Manual is provided with every unit.