23. May 2019
Celeroton was awarded a phase 2 project from the highly competitive EU Horizon 2020 SME instrument program. The grant will be used to take the last technical and commercial steps to introduce our unique turbo compressor systems as the key technology for oxygen supply in the fuel cell vehicle market.
06. March 2018
Michelin Recherche et Technique beside other project partners is a technology provider for alternative propelled boats. With the project Yelo H2 a maritime demonstrator boat - with the purpose of validating hydrogen technology in maritime applications - has been built. The boat, called “Galilée”, was put into operation in October 2017 and connects the marina of the city of La Rochelle with its city center. For the realization of the fuel cell system Michelin found in Celeroton a partner, which can provide an oil free compressor for the supply of air to the fuel cell.
21. June 2017
The new Magnetic Bearing Controller, CC-AMB-1500, is the perfect fit for Celeroton’s high-speed magnetic bearing motors. Thanks to the integration of the bearing and drive control, the compact controller is ideally suited to drive various high speed, high precision motor applications.
08. February 2017
Celeroton receives funding, within the scope of the European Horizon 2020 framework programme, from the Swiss State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation (SERI) for the design and realisation of a gas bearing turbo compressor for use in a 100 kW fuel cell system. Volvo Car Group will integrate and test the system.
20. September 2016
Celeroton AG, the leading manufacturer of ultra-high-speed electrical drive systems with speeds up to 1 million rpm, launches its first turbo compressors with gas bearings – unique in their weight and performance, being wear- and oil-free, and obtaining the highest levels of energy efficiency.
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