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smaller and lighter
more economical to run
easier to produce
Hüttlin CHP system
The central core of a Hüttlin combined heat and power (CHP) plant is the Hüttlin-Kugelmotor-Hybrid®. This completely
replaces the oil heating system, and it not only produces heat, but also electrical energy used for the distribution through
the network in the whole building.
The advantages against an alternative hybrid system are:
Relatively little frictional resistance between the moving components in the system, reducing the required fuel
volume considerably (normally CNG).
Because of the symmetrical design of the moving components there are very little vibrations. The HBK (Hüttlin
Blockheizkraftwerk) or HCHP therefore needs less suspension and buffering and less noise insulation. This reduces
the installation and construction costs.
Energy from thermal and photovoltaic solar panels can be fed into the entire system without any restrictions.
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