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Módulo de control climático prefabricado y ecológico

Resumen

Tipo:
Oferta Tecnológica
Referencia:
TOES20131004001
Publicado:
04/06/2015
Caducidad:
03/06/2016
Resumen:
Una escuela de arquitectura de una universidad española ha desarrollado un nuevo sistema de aire acondicionado que se utiliza como equipo de aire acondicionado y como pared externa o fachada de un edificio. El sistema de acondicionamiento termoeléctrico es un equipo de control climático basado en termoelectricidad con células Peltier y ha sido diseñado para conseguir el mayor nivel de confort en el interior de un edificio. Se buscan socios interesados en establecer acuerdos de joint venture, licencia y cooperación técnica, así como en participar en actividades de I+D.

Details

Tittle:
A prefabricated and green climate control module
Summary:
The Architecture School of a Spanish University has developed a new air conditioning system that works both as an air-conditioning machine and as a building external wall or facade. The Thermoelectric Conditioning System is a climate control equipment based on thermoelectricity with Peltier cells and has been designed to reach a high comfort level inside the building. The range of offered agreements includes joint venture, license, technical cooperation and R&D cooperation.
Description:
The Architecture School of a Spanish University is working with specialists and professionals from other technical areas to transfer the knowledge from architecture to improve new and innovative solutions in building and urbanism. This team has developed a new air conditioning system that works both as an air-conditioning machine and as a building external wall or facade.

The Thermoelectric Conditioning System (TCS) is a climate control equipment based on Peltier cells and has been designed to reach a high comfort level for people inside the building.

The system does not use Freon gas and produces no CO2 emissions. Additionally, it can be connected to photovoltaic panels. Since both the photovoltaic panels and Peltier cells use direct current (DC) electricity, there is no need of alternators. This means an integral solution combining prefabricated products, minimum manufacturing costs and an integrated renewable system, all of which fits in with the middle-term saving strategies in construction proposed by the EU.

Despite the fact that the initial investment is greater than with a conventional method of climate control and since its maintenance costs are nearly zero, this system offers an important advantage compared to traditional air conditioning systems.

The system has been studied with a prefabricated module (as a simplified inhabited housing unit or prototype) for one year with more than 1200 hours of use, which has demonstrated its robustness.

The University is looking for partners interested in a range of different agreements for the exploitation and further development of this product, such as joint venture, license, R&D cooperation and technical cooperation agreements. The partners should have experience in the manufacturing of the Peltier system for prefabricated and replicable modules. The objective would be the further development of the system with photovoltaic panels (e.g: photovoltaic panel manufacturer) and/or the setting up of the manufacturing of the system as prefabricated and replicable modules.
Advantages and Innovations:
It can be used either for heating or for cooling (refrigeration).
It is a compact prefabricated element, and it is only necessary to reserve space in the building facade for its installation.
It does not include mechanical elements (such as pumps or compressors), which reduces the possibilities of failures, the need of auxiliary components and the noise.
The system does not use Freon gas and produces no CO2 emissions
The maintenance costs are nearly zero (demonstrated after 1200 hours of use).
The Peltier cells system offers reliability and precision.
The system can be connected to a solar photovoltaic installation for a completely autonomous air conditioning system.
Stage of Development:
Prototype available for demonstration
IPs:
Patent(s) applied for but not yet granted
CommeR Statunts Regarding IPR Status:
ES (Granted) and PCT phase

Partner sought

Type and Role of Partner Sought:
The University looks for partners for the exploitation of this technology or interested in EU/International R&D Programmes. These agreements include joint venture, license, R&D cooperation and technical cooperation agreements.

The partners should have experience in the manufacturing of the Peltier system for prefabricated and replicable modules.

The objective would be the further development of the system with photovoltaic panels (e.g: photovoltaic panel manufacturer) and/or the setting up of the manufacturing of the system as prefabricated and replicable modules.

Client

Type and Size of Client:
University
Already Engaged in Trans-National Cooperation:
Si
Languages Spoken:
English
Spanish