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“Tzekov Motor” is a Bulgarian invention of the “Method and device of low-temperature engine for transforming the heat into mechanical and electrical energy”. It operates with the heat contained in the ingredients of various state of matter and varying temperature exceeding (minus) -20 °C.  The energy conversion efficiency of the engine varies between 20% and 40% depending on the engine modification and the type of the heat source. If there’s a heat source with temperature 100°C, the heat that the engine absorbs is about 80%, so the exit heat source’ s temperature is 20°C.

The following could be used as heat holder:

a) waste heat from the cooling industrial processes

b) plant and fossil fuels, industrial and domestic burnable waste etc.

c) thermal solar energy

d) air-conditioning with standalone electrical energy generator or to 10% elecric energy consumation

e) water basins, rivers, seas and oceans

f) air heat

g) geothermal heat

h) geothermal heat from abandoned mine gallery

 

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The invention has been protected before the Patent Office of the Republic of Bulgaria and the World Intellectual Property Organization under the appellation of “Method and device of low-temperature heat engine for transforming the heat into mechanical and electrical energy”.

The new technology that was unknown until today is scientifically and technically reasonable. Effective experimental prototype was prepared that is shot and presented in the video to the website. Industrial modifications were constructed and now producing with power up to 100kW.

Tzekov motor is an alternative for protecting the life on Earth and is the starting point and rationale for a new environmental industrial revolution.