The SolabChiller developed by SolabCool uses excess heat to provide energy-efficient cooling. Water is used a natural coolant to distribute the cooling within private housing or small commercial applications. The SolabChiller is a compact cooling system that operates on the principle of sorption cooling. It uses excess heat from district heating networks, solar power generators or combined heat and power systems – energy that would otherwise be lost. The SolabChiller has a 75% lower electricity consumption compared to conventional air conditioning systems, hereby greatly reducing operating costs and carbon emissions. The SolabChiller has a thermal efficiency of 6 and is available with a maximum power of 2.5 or 5 kW, dependent on the type of cooling requirement.
SolabCool is an environmental friendly cooling system with minimal CO2 emission that uses residual heat that is normally lost to the environment. SolabCool BV is a spin-off from the engineering company Beijer RTB BV...