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CHP Technology.

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posted on Sep, 18 2007 @ 12:50 PM
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I recently read in a news paper about a Boiler that didnt just run hot water for radiators, baths, basins and what ever else you may have. No, this one created electricty as well. I am currently looking for groups and banks to invest some money into. These really caught my eye.

So CHP Boiler Project claims that it can:


  1. 1kW Electrical output from the stack.
  2. Is cappible of running on Natural gas, or LPG is you desire.
  3. >80% Energy efficient, can be modified to go over 90%.
  4. They are cheaper than the conventional Water only bolier.
  5. It CAN deliver water and electricity to the home.
  6. It is a similar size to the standard boiler all ready out there.
  7. This is one for the Plumbers, Works off the same connections as the current Boilers.


As you can see this is a good boost in Boiler technology, some thing that most people take for granted.

I think this will take off and is a great investment for money, you got any thoughts on it ?

Address to the file and site explaining this boiler.

Take Care&Stay Safe, Vix

[edit on 18-9-2007 by Vixion]




posted on Sep, 18 2007 @ 01:06 PM
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It outputs 1(one)Kw? Is this a kilo-watt hour, or one thousand watts of constant power? I simply don't have the time to read the whole page, work in an hour.



posted on Sep, 19 2007 @ 03:19 AM
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The PDF makes use of the kW abbreviation, which means Kilowatt.

Kilowatt-Hours are denoted with kWh.

Thus, it would appear that the CHP product delivers 1000 Watts of constant output power.

Wikipedia | kWh

Wikipedia | kW

Wikipedia | kWh vs. kW

[edit on 9/19/2007 by damajikninja]



posted on Sep, 19 2007 @ 04:38 AM
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Combine that electrical source and a water boiler and you've got one very good idea. It is >80% but can reach over 90% eficiency, wih all this Global warming stuff going on this could be one step closer to reducing our "Carbon Footprint".

Take Care, Vix



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