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Fully wired CHP generation unit
Fully wired CHP generation unit

With Vitobloc 200 EM-20/39, Viessmann offers a fully wired combined heat and power generation unit, which is eminently suitable for use in commercial and industrial companies thanks to its minimum fuel consumption of 120,000 kWh/a. The new feature in this module is the CHP unit control system.

Equipped with a touch display, it is extremely convenient and easy to use. With overall efficiency of 95% and electrical efficiency of 32%, Vitobloc 200EM-20/39 occupies a top position in its output class. The integrated condensing technology is largely responsible for the high efficiency of the CHP unit. For the condensing process, the exhaust gas from the four-cylinder motor is cooled off in the exhaust gas heat exchanger until the steam contained in the exhaust gas is condensed.

The additional heat thus gained is delivered to the heating system. Thanks to its exhaust gas scrubbing system with a regulated three way catalytic converter Vitobloc 200EM-20/39 achieves low exhaust gas emissions. The electrical output from Vitobloc 200 EM-20/39 is 20 kW while the thermal output is 39 kW.

Posted on September 9, 2014 - (893 views)
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