Improve your business economics while reducing your carbon footprint. You can recover low temperature waste heat and convert it to electrical power with an ORC system using Genetron 245fa as a working fluid.
Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) Systems
Reduce CO2 Emissions Economically
Companies and organizations of every size, in every industry and on every continent are turning to ORC – Organic Rankine Cycle systems. Converting low temperature heat to energy is good business and good for the environment.
Genetron 245fa is a proven working fluid in Organic Rankine Cycle systems. Whether used in waste heat recovery for geothermal industries, power generation systems, industrial processes or transportation, ORC systems that use Honeywell’s working fluid increase the amount of clean energy and reduce CO2 emissions. ORC systems using Genetron 245fa can deliver 5-8% higher efficiency, improving your return on ORC investment.
Genetron 245fa thermodynamic properties reduce ORC size and costs, lowering your capital investments. If you’re facing high electric rates or growing demand charges, ORC with Genetron 245fa working fluid offers both a solution and an opportunity.
Also, its non-flammability can lead to substantial reduction in end user investment costs compared with flammable alternatives.
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Genetron Refrigerants as Working Fluids for ORC
|Product Name||ASHRAE #||Product Description|
|Genetron® AZ-50®||R-507||A non-ozone depleting azeotropic mixture of HFC-125 and HFC-143a. It has been primarily designed to replace R-502 in low- and medium-temperature commercial refrigeration applications such as supermarket display cases and ice machines. For new equipment and retrofits.|
|Genetron® 245fa||R-245fa||A non-ozone depleting candidate replacement for CFC-11 in centrifugal chillers. For new equipment.|
|Genetron® 134a||R-134a||Replaces CFC-12 in auto air conditioning and in residential, commercial and industrial refrigeration systems. For new equipment.|
|Genetron® AZ-20®||R-410A||Widely accepted to replace HCFC-22 in air conditioning and refrigeration applications. For new equipment – not for retrofits.|