On November 15th, 2020 Thermal Electric Corp. will launch the long awaited 100watt 12V-24VDC IPOWERTOWER II AKA Rabbit Ears wood stove generator. The unit fits on the flue of a 6” diameter woodstove. Has two Heat absorbers that not only couple to the flue pipe but also have island finned heat sinks that penetrate the pipe to make contact […]
Has in the last year partnered and started 2 new companies with partners.
Dagagee, Inc.- IoT sensor company that manufactures IoT sensor for industrial applications for monitoring Industrial bearings on motors to drive trains. They can also monitor very high temperature systems like motors on glass lines wheel bearings. Recent installations include ferrous and non-ferrous filings in gear motors for […]
TEG POWER Gen III (P.O.W.E.R) has been installed and is being commissioned at the corporate head office of PIZZA PIZZA LTD.
By admin|2017-02-21T07:21:32+00:00February 17th, 2017|Blog, Footer Posts, What's News|Comments Off on TEG POWER Gen III (P.O.W.E.R) has been installed and is being commissioned at the corporate head office of PIZZA PIZZA LTD.
Thermal Electronics Corp. reported today that the TEG POWER Gen III (P.O.W.E.R) has been installed and is being commissioned at the corporate head office of PIZZA PIZZA LTD. Canada’s largest pizza chain corporate training kitchen.
The Thermoelectric CHP (Combined Heat & Power Thermoelectric Scavenger System) will undergo pilot testing over the next 6 months allowing Harvest Inc. a division […]
Thermal Electronics Corp. reported today that their TEG POWER Gen III has been electrically approved for installation.
By admin|2017-01-13T06:23:44+00:00January 13th, 2017|Blog, Footer Posts, What's News|Comments Off on Thermal Electronics Corp. reported today that their TEG POWER Gen III has been electrically approved for installation.
“We have some great news. Our ESA field evaluation application submitted on December 13 has resulting in a successful field inspection, it was completed yesterday. Check out our ESAFE stickers for TEG POWER GEN III. We will require a field inspection at the test kitchen and restaurants but our ESAFE inspector does not have any concerns.
We are still working […]
THERMAL ELECTRONICS CORP. is pleased to introduce the newest addition to our fast growing lineup of innovative products and accessories which started with the introduction of our acclaimed iPowerTower series of portable power generation products. Utilizing the most up to date engineering concepts for taking waste heat from any source and turning it into on-demand power, we are world […]
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Micro Scavenging heat to power “internet of things” devices using Thermoelectric TEG modules. All of these scavenging devices require autonomous power to be effective and long lasting without scheduled service appointments to replace batteries. Most require maybe 1V at 20ma or more, Everybody wants to know if the body is capable of generating enough thermoelectric […]
The new standard in Thermoelectric Cell phone charging, Tablet charging with dual battery charging using a single 3oz can of fuel. Fuel select can vary from Sterno Gel to alcohol based fuels. Diesel, Kerosene, Dung, wood chips can also be used to fuel the IPowertowerTM a patent pending fully passive Thermoelectric Generator design, culminating from 25 years of thermoelectric […]
The first edition of NSERC’s Science, Action! Video contest has been a huge success. NSERC received over 100 entries from students across the country, 32 videos were selected and we were the ONLY McMaster team to make it to qualify for the first round. Sponsored by NSERC (National Science and Research Council of Canada) to highlight the pre commercialization […]
Thermal paste, thermal grease, heat sink compound, Graphite sheets– call it what you will, it’s really useful. How?
Though the surface of your newly purchased TEG seems smooth, it’s not. Same goes for that wood stove surface or housing that you’re attaching it to. Zoom in about 100X and the steel looks more like rock. In fact, looking at a microscopic […]
After many years of profiling the characteristics of thermoelectric modules in series and parallel configurations we have signed a development agreement with TKB Industrial, which is an Electronic Products Development Company. TKB will be co-partnering with our in house engineering staff to develop a Maximum Power Point Tracking Charge SMART controller for a 12/24V battery system. The charge controller […]