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Absorption Technology Efficiency evolution

A key technology with a great potential for innovation

Robur Absorption Technology Efficiency evolution
G.U.E. - Gas Utilization Efficiency
 

1968

ACC Gas absorption chiller. ARKLA (Arkansas Louisiana Gas Co.) introduces the first water-ammonia absorption units, with 300,000 pieces sold.

1991

Robur Corporation was established to acquire absorption technology from Dometic, a company of Electrolux group.

1998

ACF The gas efficiency in absorption units was improved by 34%. Efficiency was becoming a crucial element.

2002

GAHP-W LB was introduced to the market: a worldwide innovation. This GAHP version has put Robur into the high efficiency heating market with an efficiency much higher than electric heat pumps and boilers.
GAHP-AR High efficiency Gas Absorption heat pump for alternative heating or cooling. The first reversible Gas Absorption Heat Pump in the world.

2004

GAHP-A High efficiency Gas Absorption Heat Pump for heating. Heating efficiency higher than condensing boilers. The most efficient product in gas heating sector worldwide.
ACF-HR The unit with heat recovery was developed and introduced to the market. The heat recovery for production of domestic hot water at temperature up to 85 °C makes the unit very competitive: the total efficiency of the unit is up to 173%.

2005

GAHP-WS and GS High efficiency Gas Absorption Heat Pump for simultaneous production of hot and cold water, ideal for geothermal systems and process applications.

2008

GAHP-A, GAHP-GS and GAHP-WS Modulating and condensing gas absorption heat pumps.

2014

Gitié Trivalent integrated outdoor package with absorption heat pump powered by natural gas and air-source renewable energy: integrated, pre-assembled and custom-made in the manufacturing plant, is a fully plug-‘n-play system. This can facilitate correct installation, avoiding the complexity of the integration on field of solar thermal systems.
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