Advantages

  • Easy-to-use gas combustion with low emission and high efficiency
  • Fully-automatic operation
  • No need for cleaning the fuel or exhaust gasses
  • Few components/assembly units
  • Tested technology constructed for running the engine for several thousand hours
  • Flexible regarding the fuel suitability (methane percentage in the gas lower than 70%)
  • Emission values are minimised compared to combustion engines
  • Fuels of lower quality often need an expensive and energy-consuming pre-treatment when used with combustion engines, this pre-treatment is not necessary with the Stirling combustion method
  • No lubricants such as oil inside the piston housing
  • The plant can be extended with module type structures
  • Combustion of the gasses under atmospheric conditions
  • No need to remove siloxane
  • No need to raise the pressure of the gas
  • Highly efficient even in partial load ranges
  • Regulation of the gas flow rate