Tempco.green is a new space expressly dedicated to Tempco green solutions for thermal energy management bringing efficiency, energy saving and solid sustainability in process industry temperature control applications.
Reduction of power consumption in heating unit for preparation vessels using electrical resistors with triode thyristors allowing power supply modulation based on the actual real need through the overall production process.
UK’s Department for Business & Trade announced the indefinite extension of CE marking recognition for machinery and products introduced within the Great Britain market, cutting red tape and creating certainty for firms.
Plug & play and integrated skid unit for pharma laboratory thermostatation equipped with MODBUS communication protocol, as a splitted solution in order to achieve independent and efficient different heating and cooling temperature ramps.
From heat exchangers to summer heat, Tempco wishes a Good August and a Cool Summer to everyone! See you in September!
Cooling and thermal transfer system for the thermostatation of a reactor in a startup operating in the green chemistry field for the reuse of waste oil from the food sector to produce ester products to synthetize innovative solvents.
An interesting Tempco application achieves an energy saving of 50% in the vulcanization of latex employing a warm fluid to directly heat the product inside the mold, instead of steam heating inside autoclaves.
3D model of the heating cycle and 3D asset interactive animation with Sketchfab web-based technology of mono fluid thermogulation units TREG HCE with electrical heating.
Temperature control in carbon fiber automotive components and car bodies production in Dallara supercars manufacturing site, starting from the storage of pre-impregnated carbon fiber sheets, to the heating process and finally cooling of moulded final parts.
Present and Future of Thermal Energy is the title of the second Tempco e-book, among renewables and sustainability with hydrogen applications in fuel cells for the mobility of the future, heat pumps and heat exchangers for CO2 refrigeration.