Rank® – Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) Modules

What is Rank®?

Rank® equipment allows the production of electrical energy and useful heat using a low-temperature heat source, through the use of a turbine on an organic Rankine cycle (ORC), with the associated economic and environmental benefits.



Among the main applications of the Rank® ORC machines, we highlight the waste heat recovery and the utilization of renewable heat sources, with a special interest in cogeneration and trigeneration systems.

Heat sources







Useful heat





A Rank® machine for all needs

Whatever you need, there is a Rank® module that can be adapted to it, with a range of products that cover different thermal and power ranges.

Other products and services

In addition to the range of ORC modules already presented, Rank® also offers the following products and services:

Rank® can also offer turnkey installations and specific designs to meet the needs of your project.

Application examples

Despite the recent development of the Rank® technology, we already have several cases of application of our ORC technology in different countries. The Rank® modules have been installed in different sectors, aimed to boost the performance of the given application.

Biomass cogeneration in tertiary buildings

Biomass cogeneration in agri-food industry

Industrial waste heat recovery

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Here you can find some references of our products installed internationally.


Waste / Heating


Waste / Heating


Waste / Heating

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