The EcoThermics compressor is the critical enabling component for transcritical CO2 heat pumps which bring energy efficiency to new applications and markets.
As a pioneer in the development of natural refrigerant heat pump technologies, EcoThermics Corporation provides high value CO2 compressors, a critical component for CO2 heat pumps. Ours is the ultimate clean technology.
EcoThermics has assembled a management team with proven success. Our world-class scientific and technical team includes distinguished faculty as well as experienced and talented engineers.
EcoThermics has assembled a diverse world-class team with experience from basic lab research, computer modeling, design and production engineering through volume production.
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EcoThermics Eco2Boost® heat pump water heater running at Country Maid
MULTISTACK presents a transcritical CO2 heat pump water heater with Ecothermics CO2 compressor
Ecothermics, presenting their new transcritical CO2 compressor for a heat pump water heater
ATMOsphere America – Ecothermics is once again a bronze sponsor for the 2014 ATMOsphere America conference to be held in San Francisco, CA from the 18th-20th of June 2014.
Tertia Systems – has scheduled a Grand Opening celebration highlighting their first Paradigm System featuring the EcoThermics AT54M CO2 compressor on December 3, 2013.
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Multistack – displayed the latest system featuring EcoThermics AT80SH compressor at Greenbuild International Conference and Expo.
EcoThermics / Multistack – Swash Plate CO2 Compressor for Commercial Heat Pump Water Heater: As a world-first premiere, US-based compressor manufacturer EcoThermics displayed its innovative CO2 swash plate compressor currently available in the range of 5–30 hp. It is built into Multistack’s new “HS Transcritical Heat Pump Water Heater”. While the COP has not been officially confirmed yet by AHRI, Multistack is sure the CO2 hot water heater will be 3-4 times more efficient than comparable models using Freon.