Below is some general information on what equipment we provide and operational parameters. This information is typically valid for about 30 days from day of receipt.
If you are inquiring about how much power you can generate from your heat source, I need heat flow in terms of btu/hr. You need to convert hot gas stream into a thermal liquid (water, glycol, oil) which we can then use in our system. To do that, you have to source a HRU - heat recovery unit (or heat exchanger) that takes your heat from your source and converts to a liquid. We have examples of third party HRU sources towards the end of the email (examples are Cain, Bowman and Airec).
What is a ORC turbine generator system ? Organic Rankine Cycle is a way to take low grade temperature waste heat, and make electricity. ORC is a bottoming cycle, specifically designed to utilize low grade heat (80-140 C) and is not very efficient, but can use heat which is otherwise vented to the air. The process is similar to a steam turbine, but instead of using water as the working fluid to make steam, we use refrigerant, which will turn into a pressurized vapor at a lower temperature than water (100 C). An example of a topping cycle would be using Supercritical CO2, which can be 40-50 percent overall efficiency, but requires very high pressure and temperatures (400 C +).
Who can profit or save money using a ORC system ? While we do build smaller ORC systems, only the larger systems save and make money. Current technology does not cost effectively scale down well, so it is not yet cost effective for residential use. Small business and industrial users can install a ORC system and have a payback in 2-3 years.
What is waste heat, and what heat can be utilized ? Generally, any heat source that can be converted to a liquid (water, glycol, oil, etc.) and is free, is a good source for a ORC system. If you have to pay to harvest the heat (like solar), then it does not make economic sense, unless your grid based power is very expensive. The ORC system is designed for low grade waste heat recovery, and is only 5-10 percent efficient at the lower tempeatures. If you pay for your heat, or pay to have it harvested, then the payback term will be more than 3 years. Examples of waste heat which can successfully be used in a ORC system, with good payback, is industrial, engine, hot geothermal, biomass heat sources.
Process Flow Diagram:
Please email us for current Price List. Below is a basic summary of systems. Some systems may be on special - please refer to the Price List for any special discount prices that are currently offered. The prices below are valid 10 days from the date on this email.
System Output Heat Input Price
ROT06 1-3 kW Turbine/Generator Only $5,000 USD
ROT12 (IT10) 10 kW Turbine/DC-Generator Only: $15,000 USD
IT10 10 kW 20-30 gallons/min $50,000 USD
IT50 50 kW 140 gallons/min $130,000 USD
IT250 250 kW 500 gallons/min $500,000 USD
IT500 500 kW 1,000 gpm $1,000,000 USD
IT1000 1 MW 1,625 gpm $2,000,000 USD
IT2000 2 MW 5,000 gpm $3,000,000 USD
Special Note: For all models of IT50-IT2MW you will need a grid-tie interconnection device, if you order with a induction AC generator. The grid-tie integrates the AC Induction motor/generator into the grid, whether it be a local (in-house) or public grid connection. This device also interacts with the PLC for proper turbine/generator operation. We also offer a IT10 in a DC PMA format that you can use with an inverter, or 12 kW AC format, which also will require the grid-tie device. The smaller the induction generator, the smaller the grid-tie device.
Biomass and Waste to Energy Systems - We recommend:
INFINITY TURBINE OFFERS THE FOLLOWING:
1. Complete ORC systems: Infinity offers the IT10, IT10 ORC System, IT50, IT250, IT500, IT1MW, and IT2MW ORC System in complete assembled versions ready to operate.
2. Infinity Turbine Manufacturing Build and License Program: Infinity is now offering a manufacturing program which includes a waterjet cutting and CNC machine so you can make your own turbine rotors and parts. Larger parts can also be done on these machines. Please see Price List for details and pricing.
3. Build Your Own Brand: Infinity is now offering a unique program that allows you to order the turbine from us, then complete the package with your own components. We supply the parts list, assembly manual and operations manual with consulting to answer your questions. This allows you to brand and sell your own equipment. The program requires the purchase of system plans/blueprints and consulting.
4. Parts / Plans / Consulting: Infinity offers the model IT/10/IT50/IT250/IT500/IT1MW/IT2MW (ROT) turbine generator only. We also offer plans and consulting for the IT10, IT50, IT100 and IT250 units. In addition, we can offer training, start-up and commissioning. And starting now, we are offering experimental S CO2 Brayton Cycle Systems.
5. Innovation Leading Designs: Infinity updates its turbines every six months, so that you have the most efficient turbine available. The current design for 2015 is our new Radial Outflow Turbine (ROT). Our IT10 uses the time-proven RIIT (Radial Impluse/Inflow Turbine). Please note that larger turbine technology that can be efficient, does not scale down well (the efficiency does not scale down).
6. Waterjet and CNC Machined Turbines: Infinity is the first in the industry to adopt the innovative waterjet machining of its turbine rotors. This allows us to incorporate innovative and efficient rotor development improvements into our production turbines. All of our turbines are done primarily using a waterjet cutting machine, and finished off with a vertical milling CNC machine. We tried the 3D metal printing process, but on larger builds, we found that the process could not maintain tolerances. Waterjet and CNC is the best and most cost effective way to build large turbines.
7. Software: Infinity now offers a Supercritical CO2 Brayton Cycle program and a ORC PID program that runs on Filemaker. Both are fee based. Both will also run on Filemaker GO, on iPhone and iPad. We also offer 24/7 monitoring of any RS232 machinery using Filemaker. We have developed this technology from our Capstone Microturbine remote monitoring operations.
8. ORC and Supercritical CO2 Performance Charts - Buy Via PayPal $100 USD: Note - when purchase is complete, download will automatically begin to your computer.
When purchase is complete, Click on RETURN TO INFINITY TURBINE LLC and your download will begin. Otherwise, we will email you a download link.
9. New Turbine for 2015: The radial outflow has a lower rpm which allows the direct drive of standard AC generators, which eliminates the use of a gearbox, saving money and maintenance.
10. New for 2015: Infinity now offers complete ORC Biomass Energy Systems. Please see price list for options.
11. New for 2015: Part of the ORC process cycle is to supply heated liquid and a cool liquid for the water cooled condenser. For those applications where the outside air temperature is above 30 C, you may consider a refrigerant based air-cooled condenser, chiller, ground source geothermal, or a technology called Ejector Refrigeration Technology. ERT uses a standard ejector, which uses the heat and pressure from the working fluid, to provide cooling. We hope to develop this exciting technology and offer it in the near future. We sell a ERT education package (.pdf publications) for $100.
GENERAL POWER CALCULATIONS (Using R134a and R245fa as working fluid)
How do I figure out the amount of power I can generate from my waste heat ?
Take your waste heat, in the form of Btu/hr and divide by 40,000 Btu (this is a general figure and can range from 30,000 btu to 50,000 btu).
For example: Total waste heat 3,000,000 Btu / 40,000 Btu = 75 kWe / hr
Note: 3,000,000 btu (3,412 btu/kWt) = 879 kWthermal
If I have a hot liquid flow of around (100 C) 212 F, how do I calculate the amount of power I can generate ? Take your hot liquid flow rate in gpm, and divide by 2-3.
For example: Total waste heat (568 L) 150 gpm / 2 or 3 = 50 to 75 kW/hr
Why are the examples not totally exact ? There are a great number of factors including type of refrigerant used, the temperature of the condenser flow water, etc. So we prefer you work with a range of possible output. We offer a fee based Engineering Program if you want a gauranteed performance. Larger turbine systems are easier to model and predict. Smaller turbine systems are more difficult to model.
BUILD YOUR OWN BRAND
Build Your Own Brand:
If you would like to build your own brand around our turbine, you may purchase our plans and consulting to build out your system with your brand. This is really geared towards groups that want to build more than one turbine/system.
For more information please click on this link:
We're now promoting the Build-Your-Own-Brand display program on our website. Under this program, you may purchase space on our website for your company and brand if you are using our Infinity Turbine as the core expander for your equipment line. The advantage to utilizing the Infinity Turbine website is that you already have over three years of exposure and Google Ad links.
This is a fee based system, but can give you the competitive advantage
to provide immediate marketing of your system using our website as
your launch pad:
HEAT RATE AND EFFICIENCY
Note: If you have to pay for your heat or fuel, the ORC process does not make any financial sense to install. ORC is a bottoming cycle, and designed for waste heat (free heat). As for supercritical CO2 Brayton Cycle, it is about the same or lower efficiency as ORC at or below 200 C. Above 500 C The S CO2 cycle will start to have efficiencies from 40+ percent. This process needs funding to be fully developed.
Heat Rate: In general waste heat is recovered via thermal oil, water or glycol solution. Our ORC systems can use heat in the range of 80-140 C input heat. If it is lower than 100 deg C, then figure on 40,000 BTU / kWe. The heat rate is better as input heat temperature goes up and condenser cooling water goes down. The smaller a system (1-10 kw) the heat rate is even higher.
Our standard system is the R 245fa (Honeywell Genetron) system which operates between 80-140 C within our parameters. This represents 8-11 percent efficiency. R245fa has proven to be the most efficient refrigerant in this heat range.
Input Fluid: Using water, glycol or thermal oil (for higher temps) you can expect a flow rate of 2-3 gpm (7.6 to 11.4 liters/min) per rated kW. So a 60 kW rated system needs around 150 gpm. Expect a temperature drop of 15-20 C between the input and exit of the evaporator.
Condenser: The standard systems use a water cooled condenser. Expect a temperature increase of 5-10 C from the input and exit water flow. There are a few novel condenser designs which will allow a greater cooling rate, and lower water flow rate. These include ejector cooling, Zeolite pellet condenser design, and using our new counterflow turbopump, which uses the turbine power to spin a turbopump that cools the exiting gas from the turbine as a pre-heater. There are also nano-fluid additives which may increase heat transfer efficiency.
A. STANDARD ORC TURBINES AND SYSTEMS FROM INFINITY TURBINE CURRENTLY IN PRODUCTION:
IT10 (RIT - Radial Inflow Turbine) (single module) Turbine Only - Magnetic Coupling - 2015 Version:
Turbine Mag Coupling: Please see our current pricing.
Power: Can drive a generator up to 10,000 watts DC power out. May have higher output with increased rpm and flow rate.
Inlet Port: 1 inch Can drive up to 10 kW Generator
Outlet Port: 4 inch flange or NPT
Working Fluid: R134a, R245fa, compressed air. We have not tried other pressurized gases or fluids. When using any working fluid, you need to have a lubricant in the pressuized flow to lubricate the bearings.
Pressure: 50-200 psi working pressure (up to 20 bar, 2 Mpa, 2,000 Kpa tested). We have not tried higher pressures in operation.
Material of Turbine Assembly: 304 stainless steel turbine and aluminum assembly. High speed bearings.
Mounting Bolts: Mounting bores on bottom of unit. Size 3/8 threaded bore.
Seals: Unit is hermetically sealed. Entire unit sealed. Two sizes of o-rings.
Availability: 4-6 weeks estimated.
Measurements: See price sheet.
Weight: See price sheet.
Shipping: Optional via air freight, surface or priority international air.
Type: Not CE Certified. Experimental.
Generator Options: Since this is a magnetic coupling, there is a receiver mag rotor which has a 17 mm shaft bore, that allows you to attach the mag rotor directly to your generator. As an option, you can source a copper coil to put on the back block (outside) which uses the spinning interior mag rotor to supply the magnetic flux.
Shipping: (1) crate holds product of 187 lbs, dimensions are 16 X 17 X 20 inches.
IT10 ORC System. Framed system includes two flat plate heat exchangers (ASME or approved), expansion tank, ITxr turbine-generator (DC power output), feedpump. System is fully piped and pressure tested. Ships without refrigerant. Manually controlled. Experimental.
Dimensions and weight: Please see price list.
Crating charge: Please see price list. Shipping not included.
Approximate mfg. time is 6 weeks.
Pricing: Please see our current pricing.
Dimensions are 60 1/2" (1550 mm) L x 30 1/2" (788 mm) W 68 1/2" (1753 mm) H finished crate. Heat treated and certified crate is 7/16 OSB.
Shipping Weight: 930 lb and 2.24 CBM
Scope of Supply:
B. IT50 Series Frame Mounted Waste Heat to Energy Platform: 50 kW Net Output
Please see photos of current build:
IT50 ORC System (with shell and tube heat exchangers):
System Availability: 12+ weeks.
Complete IT50 ORC System: Please see our current Price List.
Generator to Inverter Output: 60 kw gross output, 50 kw system net output power.
Description: ORC system for engine waste heat, biomass, or hot springs geothermal. Inflow Radial turbine generators. Designed for ORC refrigerant working fluid. Design working pressure 150-200 psi.
Heat Exchanger Ports: 2 inch Female NPT inlet and outlet.
Initial Fill and Extra Refrigerant: 600 lbs. This is not included in any system, and must be provided by the buyer.
Electrical - NEMA 3R Oiling System - Gearbox only, Splash fed Protective Relays - Field supplied by others Noise - Less than 80 dBA at 10 metres (32 feet)
Overall Dimensions: 108 in (9 ft) x 55 in (5 ft) x 76 in (6 ft), 6700 lbs.
Made in USA. HS Code: 840619 Steam and other vapor turbines ex marine propulsion 8406.90.7500 Parts of other vapor turbines.
Evaporator/Condenser - Two pass, ASME Section VIII compliant. (ASME stamped)
- Heat Transfer Capability: from 2.1 million btus/hour [at 203 degrees F (95 C) and heat source flow of 5 feet per second] to 3.5 million btus/hr
- Tubes: finned copper .750 inch outside diameter, heat transfer rate minimum 1317 btu/hr/deg F/ft2 , Wolverine Tube design Turbo BIII or similar.
- Shell: carbon steel seamless tubing, over all length 72.0 inches, outside diameter 10 inches, wall thickness .375 inch
- Insulation: one inch semi rigid with an aluminum wrap. Insulation includes the evaporator to turbine manifold.
- Typical requirement of liquid waste heat source 120 to 150 US gpm.
None. Direct drive AC generator.
Generator: The generator is a induction or synchronous A.C. three phase unit with integral regulator to provide continuous output as follows: 60 Hz, 460 - 600 volt, .8 PF, 3,600 rpm, full load output 69 kWe minimum. Europe Version: 50 hz.
Scope of Supply:
C. IT250 Series ORC
Model IT250 is an Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) engined generator set that has a net electricity output of 250 kWe when operating at full load under design conditions. Model IT250 operates on energy provided by a variety of moderate temperature liquid heat sources including process heat that would otherwise be released into the environment (so called waste heat) and renewables such as geothermal or solar trough outputs.
Generator Type - Synchronous or Induction, 3,600 rpm nominal for 60 hz, 3,050 rpm for 50 hz. Net Electricity Output - up to 250 kW* Voltage - 380-420 volt AC, 3 phase (230 volt option) Frequency - 50 / 60 cycle
Power Factor - .9 lagging Heat Source - Water/glycol or equivalent, 90 degrees to 140 degrees C.. Cooling Source - water 5 to 27 degree C.
Operation - Guarded plant or unattended Controls - PLC based, to suit end user. Remote monitoring optional - available Plumbing - ASME standard Heat Exchangers - ASME Section VIII , Two pass Shell Side Pressure Rating - Evaporator, 400 psig - Condenser, 150 psig Electrical - Noise - Less than 80 dBA at 10 metres (32 feet) Overall length - 16 ft 10 inch Overall width - 7 ft 8 inch Overall Height - 8 ft 8 inch operational, 7 ft 6 inch for shipping
Dry Weight - 21,000 lbs
Gross Power Out..........283 kWe
Net Power Out.............250 kWe
Working Fluid (245fa) Charge .............3,200 lbs
Heat Source Supply (water/glycol) minimum.................340-500 US gpm
Scope of Supply:
D. The IT2MW
The price is $3,000,000 USD.
Expect a build time of 6-12 months, with current customer orders.
The generator is rated for 2,500 kW gross power output, 2,000-2,200 kW net power output.
The footprint of the ORC system would be as follows:
1 x 40 ft. container with the evaporator
1 x 40 ft. container with the condenser and feed pump
1 x 20 ft. container with turbine, generator and PLC system
The modules would be connected on site for rapid deployment.
Shipping costs about $30,000 USD to any major port or city in the world, for the entire system.
New Turbine Blueprint Licensing Option:
Infinity Turbine is now offering a build-your-own turbine blueprint license option. Under this program, you pay a one-time fee for the blue-copy (blueprint) of the turbine. You are welcome to produce as many units as you wish, there is no royalty fee. Of course we'll update the turbine every year, and if you want access to that update, you have the option of purchasing updates.
Turbine Design Blue-Copy License Fee Schedule (please see our Price List).
Custom Turbine Design Services
Note: We can custom design, build and test a turbine for your use, including PID and power curves in advance of final blueprint design.
1. Pre-Design Services: Includes PID, power curve and efficiency based on your input data of temperatures, type of refrigerant, heat exchangers, pump efficiency, etc. Time allotment is up to three weeks.
2. Turbine Design Services: Includes design and blueprints. All
files are in electronic format, including STEP files. Custom blueprints are for provided with no restrictions of use. Since you contract for the blueprints, you own the design.
3. Turbine Prototype Services: Includes materials, labor, assembly, and machine time for above blueprints. The prototype cost will depend on the size of the turbine.
4. Pressure Testing: Pressure testing using nitrogen. Leaks identified. Any problem areas identified. Testing costs depend on size of unit.
5. Refrigerant Testing: Pressure testing using the refrigerant you will use in the application. Leaks identified. Any problem areas identified. Testing costs depend on size of unit and type of refrigerant. Refrigerant cost will be a component of the pricing.
6. Operational Testing: Testing using one of our ORC or CO2 test rigs. Availability of test rigs will vary.
7. Application Testing: This type of testing uses the source of heated liquid to be provided for the system. Examples include liquid heated by solar thermal, geothermal, biomass boiler, compressor, and other sources. Please contact for a quotation.
8. Custom CAD/CAM Drawing Services: We have two professional draftsmen who
are experienced in ORC turbine design and drawing. Depending on type of work, expect $60 - $100 per hour for services.
C. CONSULTING (please see our Price List for current pricing):
Infinity Turbine LLC offers a Build Your Own Brand System consulting. This gives you the system drawings, suppliers, components list and heat exchanger drawings. It does not include the turbine blueprints which are offered above. These plans/consulting allow you to build your own ORC system and put your logo and brand on the systems. You can buy the turbines from us, or build your own from the blueprints offered above.
GENERAL ORC INFORMATION
Our Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) Infinity Turbines can use any thermal fluid to power the system evaporator (which in turn evaporates the high molecular mass fluid - an environmentally friendly refrigerant). As for your waste heat, we recommend you run that through a heat exchanger that has thermal oil as the fluid, which we can then run into our system.
How it works: The organic Rankine cycle has three steps -
(a) Your heat is provided in the form of thermal liquid (water, glycol or oil). If you already have heat exchanger equipment, then you can just use water, glycol, or a better alternative is thermal oil. If you don't have a heat exchanger to capture your waste heat, then we recommend a hot air to thermal oil exchanger (they are available everywhere). The source of the heat can be geothermal, engine waste heat, gas turbine heat, solar collector, industrial waste heat, steam, etc. Your heat source in the form of a liquid then goes through the evaporator heat exchanger. This is where the working fluid for the ORC turbine gets vaporized and pressurized. The heat source should be at least 80 deg C. Once it passes through the evaporator, it comes out at about 10-15 deg C cooler. This can then be used for additional process heat (CHP hot water or chiller).
(b) The working fluid for the ORC closed system is pressurized by the evaporator, then is expanded by our turbogenerator. This produces the shaft horsepower to turn the generator and produce electricity. Of course, you can have the turbine power a generator, pump, or whatever you require.
(c) The expanded working fluid then goes through a condenser to return the vapor to a liquid state. The condenser requires some method of cooling fluid, typically water which is provided from a cooling tower, or ground based geothermal (the ground has a constant temperature of 15 deg C or less temperature). The liquid is then pumped back into the evaporator unit to complete the cycle. Only environmentally friendly working fluid is used in the system.
So, the basic system has a evaporator, turbogenerator unit and condenser. The temperature difference between the evaporator and condenser heat and cooling flows must be at least 125 deg F, or about 65 deg C (difference).
Our heat rate is about 40,000 BTU / kilowatt electricity which is about 5-11 percent efficient. This system is geared towards waste heat - so it's free power.
It's possible to use steam or steam condensed (condensate) hot water to put into the evaporator (boiler) to run the system if that is available on site.
ORDER NOTES AND TERMS
Prices are in US Dollars unless otherwise indicated and are subject to change. When you are ready to order, please request a formal invoice and wire instructions. We do not accept Letters of Credit.
Order Terms For Large Orders Above $50,000 USD: 40-60 percent down, 30-40 percent at a progress payment time period, balance at time before shipment to customer. NON-REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT: Once an order is placed, initial deposit is non-refundable if customer cancels. EXPERIMENTAL: Unless otherwise noted, all our ORC systems, components and parts, are experimental.
Order Time: From time of deposit on equipment the mfg. time is around 4-6 months depending on orders in process. For custom builds, this time will vary. All build time may vary according to supplier delays, which we have no control over.
To run completed unit, you will need to provide hot fluid (water, oil, etc.) to run through the evaporator heat exchanger. You will also need condenser cold fluid, which may be provided by an air cooling tower, ground source geothermal, or cold water from another source. These units come without working fluid (refrigerant). The buyer will need to purchase refrigerant and install the refrigerant at time of equipment installation.
BIOMASS ENERGY - WOOD ENERGY:
Our biomass systems are custom built.
To quote any full biomass system, we will have to do an Engineering Study (fee based).
In general, our heat rate is 40,000 btu/kWe. That means that you need to input 40,000 btu/hr of energy from wood or biomass for each kilowatt of electricity produced output.
Typical biomass, depending on moisture content, will range from 4,000 btu/lb for moist and up to 8,600 btu/lb for dry biomass.
This means that there are about 17,000,000 btu per ton for dry wood waste and only about 8,000,000 btu per ton for green or moist wood waste.
So the amount of wood waste needed to fire a biomass boiler, will depending primarily on the moisture content.
While you can use a variety of wood boilers, we recommend a batch fed, top fed system which eliminates the fuel (wood waste) handling.
In general, if you have to pay for the fuel source (wood waste), then these types of installations don't make any financial sense, since ORC is really designed for waste heat and only 6-10 percent cycle efficiency.
The benefit of a ORC system is that you do not need a full time attendant, like you do with a steam system. This is a code currently in the USA for steam systems above 15 psi pressure.
ENGINE EXHAUST HIGH EFFICIENCY HEAT EXCHANGERS:
Engine Waste Heat Chart:
If you have a engine generator set and want to use the waste heat in our ORC equipment, you can use the coolant liquid directly, however you must convert the exhaust heat into a thermal liquid. To do this you will need a heat recovery unit. There are very efficient (up to 95 percent) units from the following:
Bowman Heat Exchangers:
Airec Heat Exchangers:
Sven Persson <>
For example: QSK60-G4 Cummins QSK60 Series Diesel Generator Set 1600KW/1875KVA (1875KVA-2250KVA)
Heat Rejection to Coolant: 850 kWm x 3412 kWm/btu / (30,000 btu/kWe) = 97 kWe available ORC power production
Heat Rejection to Exhaust: 1,180 kWm x 3412 kWm/btu / (30,000 btu/kWe) x 95 percent efficiency = 127 kWe available ORC power production
Total Waste Heat to Power ORC Production: 224 kWe
Heat Exchanger from Airec: AirCompact 70 - 160/C
Price Each For Heat Exchanger: Euro 4,500 Ex-works (shipping not included) Sweden.
INDUSTRIAL HEAT EXCHANGERS:
Bill Carson -CHIEF ENGINEER
Email: Bill Carson <>
TEL (425) 235-1723 x101
Diesel and Gas Cogeneration, Boiler Exhaust. For engines, retrofitting any engine or turbine, large or small, regarding combustion exhaust economizers, exhaust gas heat recovery silencers, and waste heat packaged steam generators. For boilers, rectangular or cylindrical designed exhaust economizers, recovering exhaust heat from: atmospheric boilers, Scotch marine boilers, water tube boilers, any boiler size, any fuel type, any pressure.
Contact: Cain Industries
P.O. Box 189, W194 N11826 McCormick Drive, Germantown, Wisconsin 53022 USA
Phone: (262) 251-0051 Toll Free in USA: 1 800 558-8690
Fax: (262) 251-0118
REFRIGERANT - WORKING FLUID: Honeywell R245fa - Please contact Honeywell directly
We offer many publications available for sale. You may order online and via credit card. All publications are from US GOV research and development, and have been purchased from the US Government (they provide paper documents which we scan into .pdf format). For a list of all documents, please visit:
We can ship USPS, or air freight (FedEx, UPS, DHL, or other carrier). For most air freight, we will need your tax ID number, VAT number or FedEx account number so that duties are charged to the buyer for import duties. Large equipment is shipped via crate, or shipping container.
Export HS Codes:
HS Code: 840619 Steam and other vapor turbines ex marine propulsion
CE Certification: Please inquire at time of order.
Our specialty is distributed energy and developing power systems for business that have unique power opportunities by utilizing waste heat.
Please let me know if you have any additional questions.
Global Energy and Infinity Turbine LLC
Headquarters: Madison, Wisconsin, and Denver, Colorado USA
Shop location Ferndale, Washington.
TEL (608) 238-6001