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• Producing The World's Smallest Supercritical CO2 Rankine Cycle Demonstrator
• Use 95 Percent Of The World's Available Waste Heat For Fuel Source
• Developed System Plans: IT10 | IT50 | IT100 | IT250
• Industrial | Hot Geothermal | Solar | Data Center | Tribo | Compressor
• Developed Systems: IT10 • IT50 • IT100 • IT250
Introducing the Radial Outflow Turbine Generator - Organic Rankine Cycle - ORC Turbine
Infinity Turbine develops and builds systems for making power from waste heat. These include Organic Rankine Cycle and Supercritical CO2 Rankine Cycle. The ROT (radial outflow turbine) operates on a single rotor with multiple stages to direct drive a 50/60 hz AC generator, no gearbox required, and is optimal for Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) applications.
Free Turbine Plans Download: Infinity Turbine is now offering its turbine plans as a free download for personal use. You can purchase additional licenses, system configurations, or purchase machined rotors or pre-made kits. Support is a paid option for free plans download. All plans are provided “as-is where-is” and considered experimental. Please visit each turbine page for download instructions. We have the ROT06, ROT15, and ROT24 plans uploaded as of 20180131.
Introducing the IT Micro Supercritical CO2 Rankine Cycle Demonstrator
Now Available for Educational and Inventors
Testing and Development Platform
Available as a prototype testing platform, Infinity has developed a micro-sized CO2 system which demonstrates Supercritical CO2 Rankine Cycle (phase change flow cycle). The high pressure filter housing (off-the-shelf) used as the expander vessel, can also be used with TriboGen, or a combination of a turbine (not included since we don’t have millions to develop it) and static electricity harvesting system. Our hybrid food-grade plastic elements can also be used, for electrostatic precipitation (ESP), if you have particulates entrained in the gas flow. This is to demonstrate the potential of the Supercritical CO2 Rankine Cycle as a point-of-use distributed power generation technology using low grade heat via CO2.