Showing posts with label oil and gas production. Show all posts
Showing posts with label oil and gas production. Show all posts

Friday, February 21, 2020

An Economic Remote Power System Solution Providing Unparalleled Reliability


Qnergy (pronounced "q-ner–gy") provide reliable remote power with output in the 1 to 10kW range. Their core technology is a state-of-the-art, free-piston, Stirling engine which was recently recognized by NASA as the most reliable heat engine technology ‘in history’. Qnergy remote power generation platforms are designed for high-reliability, no-maintenance, long-life missions.

Qnergy Sterling Engine
Qnergy’s free-piston, Stirling engine.
Qnergy’s engine can use any heat source, the most common being natural gas, propane and biogas. Utilizing a  200 year old technology, Qnergy is the only company that has perfected a Stirling engine based, stand-alone power generator known as the PowerGen. It was introduced in the summer of 2017 to a variety of potential customers in a pilot ‘try and buy’ program. The results were so successful, all pilot customers ended up purchasing their systems. Since then, Qnergy has developed multiple specific use products around the PowerGen including cathodic protection, freeze-off prevention, well pad automation, solar power backup, and replacing methane bleeding with compressed air. This success has allowed Qnergy to become the preferred remote power source for many Fortune 500 gas companies.

For more information about Qnergy, contact M.S. Jacobs and Associates. Call them at 800-348-0089 or visit them at https://msjacobs.com.

Friday, July 20, 2018

M.S. Jacobs: Dedicated to Service and Excellence in Process Control

M.S. Jacobs and Associates has been a leading manufacturer's representative and distributor of industrial instrumentation and controls since 1945.  Expanding from its original focus on the steel industry, MS Jacobs services and supplies products in all major industrial markets, including power generation, chemical processing, pulp and paper, oil and gas production, water and wastewater treatment, nuclear power, pharmaceutical, institutional, and alternative energy.