Thermoelectric TEG Power Generators

TECTEG MFR. is a specialty manufacturing company located in Aurora, Ontario, Canada. Our cooling division, Thermal Electronics Corp., has been in operation for 15 years and focuses on manufacturing Peltier module based devices. We manufactured our first cooling based unit for 7- Eleven convenience stores in Alaska, USA back in 1993. Our experience in the thermoelectric space began almost 20 years ago.
TECTEG MFR. is presently partnering with scientists from McMaster University, and the University of British Columbia as well as over a dozen engineers outside the university setting with a combined thermoelectric experience of over 100 years. We have developed a proprietary manufacturing technique used to produce high amp power generation (GENCELL ™) elements. Presently, we are using optimized Bismuth Telluride materiel to fabricate our (GENCELL ™), and have just introduced new CMO, Calcium Manganese Oxide module (Nov. 2012) and the first ever commercially available Cascade module paired with Bi2Te3 lower temperature material with the hot side able to operate up to 800°C. We will have the ability to use any of the many new material being developed by hundreds of physicist around the world in our new fabrication plant.
Elements Capacity in the 100 to 200 amperage range specifically designed for large thermoelectric power generation applications are the main focus of our research. Our present focus is to commercialize a Fully-Automated Manufacturing Process by building a small fabrication line which will have the capability to produce up to 10 MW of (GENCELL ™) elements per year. Our goal is to ramp up to a 100 MW (GENCELL ™) production facility once we have perfected our manufacturing process. Our (GENCELL ™) devices will be designed to produce 100 watts of power based on a DT (Delta Temperature) of 150°C. To do this we require only 188 elements per 100 watts thermoelectric power module based on a conservative goal of 6% conversion efficiency. The device electrical rating will be 4V @ 25 AMP. This compares to over 6000 elements of today’s design to generate the same amount of power!