Combined heat and power unit for natural gas and LPG operation
Smooth running 3-cylinder gas engine
For lower sound emissions
Economical generation of power and heat
Plug and play design
6000 hours run without oil top-up
Quality assurance programme
Successful CHPQA certification grants eligibility to a range of benefits.
Energy efficiency class
Vitobloc 200 type EM-6/15 – the entry-level CHP unit
The Vitobloc 200 EM-6/15 mini combined heat and power units make their users a little more independent of energy supply utilities. When running, a CHP unit generates heat and power simultaneously. The power can be used on site or exported to the grid in return for remuneration. The heat is used for heating the building.
These mini CHP units are ideal for small businesses, hotels, restaurants, car dealerships, commercial nurseries, swimming pools and apartment buildings. The compact CHP units have outputs of 6.0 kWel and 14.9 kWth. Integral condensing technology means that up to 94 percent of the fuel used is converted to energy.
High levels of efficiency
The Vitobloc 200 modules of the mini CHP unit come factory-fitted with an extensive range of technical equipment. This includes electricity meters and flexible connections for gas, exhaust, extract air and heating water. That saves time and money in engineering, installation and commissioning.
Their maintenance interval is 6000 hours without oil top-up. One service a year is sufficient.
The CHP Quality Assurance
The CHP Quality Assurance programme (CHPQA) is a government initiative providing a practical, determinate method for assessing all types and sizes of Combined Heat and Power (CHP) schemes throughout the UK. CHP, the simultaneous generation of heat and power in a single process, provides one of the most cost-effective approaches for making carbon savings and plays a crucial role in the UK Climate Change programme.
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