Trigeneration units

 

TEDOM trigeneration units (more about trigeneration) are coupling of CHP unit and absorption unit that allows transformation of the heat from cogeneration into the cold.  This coupling can be solved in two ways:

Type A

Connection of the hot-water cooling absorption unit and CHP unit, the exhaust heat exchanger is a part of the CHP unit. All the CHP unit‘s thermal energy is utilized to heat the water.
Advantage: three-way electronically controlled valve allows continuous control of the heat output intended for heating or cooling.
Suitable for the facilities that require heating in winter and cooling in summer.

TEDOM Trigeneration A - EN

Type B

Connection of the exhaust cooling absorption unit and CHP unit, the exhaust heat exchanger is a part of the absorption unit. Hot water from the CHP unit‘s engine circuit is used for heating only.
Advantage: the efficiency of absorption cooling is higher owing to the higher temperature of exhaust gases.
Suitable for the facilities with the all-year parallel consumption of heat and cold.

 

Overview of Produced Types

CHP unit

type

Trigeneration

type

Absorption

unit type

Elecrical

output [kW]

Heat

output [kW]

Cooling

capacity [kW]

 Cento T200 A BDH 15 - TGA 130   200     265*      178**
 Cento T200 B BE 17 - TGA 110   200   152  193
 Quanto D600 A BDH 42 - TGA 420   600     658*      487**
 Quanto D600 B BE 35 - TGA 240   600   384   402
 Quanto D1200 A BDH 74 - TGA 610 1 200 1 189*       856**
 Quanto D1200 B BE 54 - TGA 410 1 200   746    631
 Quanto D2000 A BDH 122 - TGA 910 2 000   1 977*     1 423**
 Quanto D2000 B BE 91 - TGA 610 2 000 1 236 1 056

*)  with fully utilized heat power of the CHP unit for heating only (so called 'winter mode')
**)  with fully utilized heat power of the CHP unit for cooling only (so called 'summer mode')
The TGA cooling towers are designed for the wet-bulb thermometer at +22 °C.

 Download the leaflet Trigeneration.