Hailed by the BBC as potentially ‘The Next Dyson’, the HERU takes everyday items, which would have been destined for disposal, such as coffee cups, plastics and nappies, and converts them into energy to heat water for the occupants of the home or commercial building.
How HERU works
The process uses controllable and leading-edge heat pipe technology, enabling a highly efficient, low temperature pyrolysis process to take place, creating outputs that are used to fuel the home. The small amounts of emissions are cleaned before being released to air and sewer without posing risk of harm to human health or the environment.
The HERU is the world’s first hybrid boiler, meaning it is capable of running on oil or gas as well to ensure, that when there is nothing in the home to process, it reverts back to conventional fuel sources.
THE HERU PROCESS GENERATES 2 TIMES THE AMOUNT OF ENERGY REQUIRED TO OPERATE IT