Magnetic cooling

The future of refrigeration and air conditioning

A global issue

La chaîne du froid dans une impasse

The cold chain in trouble

Harmful refrigerant gas

Energy footprint

Technical constraints

Increasing regulations

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Le froid magnétique : la solution aux enjeux de la chaîne du froid

A breakthrough innovation

The result of 10 years of R&D

A technology secured by international patents

International recognition

A technical and economic approach

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Energetic efficiency

Wide range of cooling power

All temperature range

Reliable, clean and redundant

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The physical principle of magnetic cooling

Magnetic Refrigeration is based on the magneto-caloric effect (MCE). The MCE implies that the temperature of suitable materials (Magneto-caloric materials) increases under the effect of a magnetic field and decreases when it is no longer subjected to this field. The effect is reversible and almost instantaneous.

The so-called “Curie” temperature is the temperature at which this effect is the strongest. It depends on the properties of each material. The power generated by the system depends on the selection of materials, their mass and their shape.

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In a magnetic refrigeration system, a rotating magnetic field applies a series of magnetization-demagnetization to the magnetocaloric material. The cycles create a temperature gradient in the material. A rapid succession of these cycles produces the final, stabilized hot and cold temperature in the system.

An environmentally friendly water-based fluid transfers heat between the cold and hot sources. Similar to a heat pump process, magnetic cooling can be adapted to all types of refrigeration and HVAC systems.