Inresol V2-6 TRX


The Inresol V2-6 Stirling engine is a ‘ hot air engine’ and creates on demand heat and power by inserting the heater section of the engine into a heat source. The needed 600-900 degrees Celsius of controlled heat expands the nitrogen working gas forcing the power piston to move. The engine is water cooled resulting in heating water being produced at approx. 40-80 deg. C. The expansion and contraction of the nitrogen working gas happens approximately 20 times per second creating power from the permanent magnet generator.


This product can be used for creating up to 15kwt outputs and electrical battery charging capacities of ****** . It is a portable system and can be used as both a test rig for experimental fuels and a CHP provider for homes and businesses.


The V2-6 TRX unit is a sufficient package to create heat and charging power using different types of bio fuels. (the soild fuel feeder is sold separately).


Specifications Units Genious
Rated output* kW 0-5kW engine (0-10 kW inverter
Voltage DC Battery 330V (option)
  DC Generator 565V
  DC Control 12V
BTU/hr (kW)
Thermal heat
60,000 BTU/h (17kW)
Heat recovery    
Recovered heat BTU/hr (kW) 34,100 BTU/hr (10kW)
Hot water temp Inlet °F (°C) >86 (30)
  Outlet °F (°C) <185 (85)
Hot water flow rate gal/min (L/min) 6,4 (24,3)
Total CHP efficiency****** % 88-94
Electrical generation efficiency % 22-38
Thermal generation efficiency % 50-70
Sound level    
For rated load**** (Radiator fan stopped) dB (A) ?
For rated load**** (Radiator fan operating) dB (A) ?
Width in. (mm) 15,4 (390)
Depth in. (mm) 16,6 (420)
Length in. (mm) 32,3 (820)
Net weight lb (kg) 77,2 (35)
* Parasitic loads are included
** The heat recovery and efficiency values are those for rated output in standard atmospheric contitions.
*** Maximum of 5%:6.7 gal/min (25.5 L/min).
**** The sound levels are maximum values measured in four directions at distance of 3.3ft (1.0 m).
***** The amount of fuel consumption based on lower calorific values (running continuously).
****** Efficiency is depending on application and temperature


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