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SorTech Adsorption Chiller Discussion at Aztech Technologies

On Friday, March 29th at noon, please join us for a presentation and discussion with Mr. André Weiss from SorTech AG, based in Germany.  SorTech has commercialized a heat-driven adsorption chiller in Europe from technology originally developed at Germany’s prestigious Fraunhofer Institute.  SorTech optimizes the performance of a proprietary Zeolite-type desiccant system which uses water as the refrigerant.  Mr. Weiss is interested in introducing their unique thermally driven chillers to North America and would like to meet with architects, engineers, equipment suppliers, construction companies and government officials interested in learning more about their efficient and environmentally friendly products.  For additional information I encourage you to visit their website: www.sortech.de You may want to hit the “EN” button on the upper right if your German is nicht so gut.

 

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  • Paul S.

    Sounds interesting- I'll be there

    March 28, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    I am currently AIA Eastern New York President and work for OGS on LEED projects - AIA ENY strives to offer continuing education programs dealing with sustainable design.

    March 28, 2013

  • Timothy W.

    I am a local architect with a firm dedication to researching, learning and applying sustainable and net zero principles to residential architecture.

    March 28, 2013

  • Omay E.

    I'll try to make it.

    March 28, 2013

  • John C.

    We are hosting this event at my company Aztech Geothermal since we think systems like this provide an environmentally friendly alternative to heating and cooling buildings - especially when driven by a solar thermal system.

    March 20, 2013

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