Who We Are

The company was originally founded in 1992 to develop engines based on the Stirling cycle. The realisation that the high potential efficiency of Stirlings could only be achieved by developing heat exchangers with higher surface to volume ratios led to the adoption of new, patented designs, based on Selective Laser Melting (SLM). In turn, this work has led into new fields of development, including Brayton cycle engines.

The company since has developed into its present format of a R&D company, with specialist knowledge of heat engines and compact heat exchangers manufactured by SLM, which licences technology with a wide range applications across many industrial sectors including energy, transport, aerospace and building services.