The inventor from Oradea, Adrian Farcaș, multi-awarded in Timișoara
The heat exchanger patented by Adrian Farcaș won four awards at the International Salon of Inventions and Innovations in Timisoara.
The grand prize of the show, the Gold Medal, the Excellence Award (from the Polytechnic University of Bucharest) and the Special Award (from the King Mihai University of Timișoara). These are the awards obtained by the inventor from Oradea, Ciprian Adrian Farcaș, at the third edition of the International Exhibition of Inventions and Innovations "Traian Vuia". The event took place at the Youth House in Timișoara between 07-09.06.2017.
“In this show I presented my patent, which refers to a heat exchanger used in the field of heat pumps and which brings a major improvement to these heating systems. Its main features are: the ability to expand in case of frost (thus eliminating the intermediate heat exchanger used by all manufacturers of water-to-water heat pumps, significantly reducing implementation and operating costs, respectively increasing the performance of the heat pump by up to 25 %) ”, The man from Oradea told us.
The exchanger is made of a non-stick material that prevents the formation of deposits (drilling water can be cloudy, with a high content of impurities and can make deposits, leading to clogging of the usual exchangers). The product warranty can be extended up to 20 years, taking into account the durability of the materials from which it is made. “The invention is already widely applied in the construction of heat pumps Termocasa, a company with an experience of almost 10 years in the production, marketing and installation of heating systems with heat pumps that use this type of exchanger, patented by me ", said Adrian Farcaș.
Water-to-water heat pumps are the cheapest heating system known to date on the world market. The patent of the Oradea inventor has been used on the market for almost 10 years, reaching maturity in terms of tests and performance. He is revolutionizing the construction of heat pumps around the world. Adrian Farcaș would like to thank all those who were with him, from the United States, the Republic Moldova, Hungary and Romania, as well as engineers, teachers and specialists who supported him in all respects in the development and testing of this heat exchanger.