Dynamo Micropower

  • Has developed a 700,000 BTU per hour thermal output microturbine as an alternative to diesel engines for heating applications in the field 
  • Generators can operate on a wide range of gaseous fuels, including dry gas (methane), wet gas (ethane, propane, etc.), and diesel, simultaneously without t...

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