Tech-Blog

SBFI Supports Our Reaction Wheel Research Project

10. November 2014

Lighter and low-vibration satellites are possible due to magnetic bearing technology: The Swiss State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation (SBFI) supports one of our research projects.

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Turbo Compressors Enable Lighter Satellites

02. June 2014

For the cooling of electronics in future satellites, heat pumps might be the solution. They can be built to be more efficient, lighter and compact thanks to Celeroton’s turbo compressors. This was proven in a series of experiments with ground-breaking results.

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Fuel Cell Research Collaboration with UTBM

02. April 2014

Since 2007, a research team at ETH Zurich, from which Celeroton AG spun out of, has been part of a scientific collaboration in the area of fuel cells with the University of Technology of Belfort-Montbéliard (UTBM). This collaboration has lead to the development of a 10 kW fuel cell model coupled with a Celeroton air compressor, that forms part of a Hardware-in-the-Loop test bench. Here we present an interview with two of UTBM’s scientists, Prof. Miraoui and Prof. Gao.

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Interview Engineering Project Rieter

10. September 2013

In the year 2012 Celeroton completed an engineering project with Rieter CZ. Dr. Jiri Sloupensky, Rieter’s manager of this project, talks about the collaboration.

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Interview Micromachining

25. June 2013

High rotational speeds, more exact machining: Celeroton's system often are used in micromachining applications. An interview with one of our project partners.

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News

New project funded by European Space Agency

Celeroton granted ESA funding to develop a breadboard and engineering model of a turbo compressor for satellite thermal ...

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Celeroton oil-free compressor CT-17-1000.GB in a maritime fuel cell application

Michelin Recherche et Technique beside other project partners is a technology provider for alternative propelled boats. ...

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