Gentherm Global Power Technologies - TEG Generator

Gentherm Global Power Technologies (GPT) began in 1975 to bring to the market thermoelectric generator technology initially developed by 3M for the Apollo Space Program. At the time, the GPT founders acquired the technology from 3M, and today the company is a global leader in the manufacturing of thermoelectric generators (TEGs) for use as remote power supplies.

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GPT S-1000 Thermoelectric TEG Generator gentherm global power technologiesGPT manufactures generators ranging from 5 to 550 watts, using heat to produce electrical power for applications requiring up to 5,000 watts. GPT generators function on natural gas, propane, or liquefied petroleum gas to provide highly reliable, cost-effective, energy wherever needed.

Thermoelectric generators transform heat directly into electricity. As heat transfers from a gas burner through the thermoelectric component, it produces a DC electrical current.

GPT Thermoelectric TEG Generator

GPT’s thermoelectric generators are used for remote power applications in the oil and gas industry because they have a proven track record for providing reliable power sources and meet the industry’s rugged demands. GPT manufacturers various TEG models to satisfy any condition, including hazardous areas.

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Authorized Gentherm Distributor

Linc Energy Systems is an authorized distributor of GPT thermoelectric generators (TEGs).

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