Milestones

1984
  • Agreement with Sanyo, Japan for selling Sanyo VAMs
1989
  • Technical license agreement for manufacturing single and double effect steam driven vapour absorption machines (100-1400 TR)
1990
  • In house development of special tubes for heat exchangers
1994
  • Developed fuel driven vapour absorption machines (100-1000 TR)
1995
  • Launched Hot Water series (100-650 TR)
1996
  • Technical collaboration with Kawasaki, Japan for efficient fuel driven vapour absorption machines (30-1100 TR)
1998
  • Developed efficient split evaporator design
2000
  • Developed Ammonia-water vapour absorption machines (Temperature down to –20ºC)
  • Launched small capacity Hot Water driven VAMs (20-80 TR)
  • Commissioned a large heat pump (capacity of 10 MW) at Thisted, Denmark
2003
  • Developed high efficiency B4K series with 1.35 COP for steam and fuel driven VAMs
  • Developed crystallization free design through online concentration measurement and control
2004
  • Developed double absorber VAMs with 1.46 COP
  • Developed half-effect machine working at 70-60ºC hot water temperatures
  • Launched exhaust/multi-energy driven Trigenie series which won the 1st prize in the prestigious Bry Air Award – 2006, in Most Innovative Product Design category
  • Developed single-dould effect vapour absorption machines
2005
  • Launched Zero Deg LiBr VAMs with brine in chilled water circuit which won the 1st prize in the prestigious Bry Air Award – 2006, in Most Innovative Product Design category
  • Tested first GAX ammonia VAMs which improved the COP from 0.6 to 0.7
  • Launched twin type hot water driven VAMs
  • Developed special tubes for exhaust driven VAMs
2007
  • Launched new series of high-efficiency single-effect VAMs
2008
  • China manufacturing facility innagurated and commercial production started
  • A 3150 TR exhaust-driven machine was factory-tested in Thermax's test bay