Devices are designed with an integral pump ideal for closed loop heating systems however Rotaheat devices can work with ancillary equipment such as pumps to meet user requirements. Input and output energy requirement profiles can be accounted for in device design and selection. By changing certain materials within the device the power output and rotational speed can be adjusted to deliver different parameters. Working in conjunction with Cranfield University and Innovate UK, the UK’s innovation agency, Rotaheat is actively developing larger models to meet a wide range of market needs. Our development roadmap will deliver products with higher absolute temperatures and higher power output.
Rotaheater® Pico operates over a wide spectrum to convert mechanical rotational energy direct to thermal energy in the form of heated fluids at up to 110°C. The Pico can be configured to deliver from 3kW to over 20kW of heat with an integral pump assisting the flow of fluid to the customers application.
The Rotaheater Micro, the larger sibling to the Pico, is suitable for applications demanding from 30kW to over 100kW of heat. An integral pump aids moving the heated fluids at temperatures of up to 110°C to the customers application.
Data Acquisition and Control System (DACS) provides remote monitoring and control support. Designed to monitor the heat generated from a Rotaheater, the DACS logs data, provides wireless 3G/4G remote access, reports performance and provides system control.