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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Rank® Technology – ORC operating principle

The Rankine Cycle is a thermodynamic cycle that converts thermal heat into mechanical work (that is converted into electricity), using water as working fluid. ORC or Organic Rankine Cycle technology uses an organic working fluid instead of water, in order to profit...

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Rank® participates in the European project LIFE DRY4GAS

Rank® participates, supplying equipment, in the European project LIFE DRY4GAS, led by CIEMAT. DRY4GAS proposes an environmentally sustainable technology solution for the management and reuse of sewage sludge generated in a WWTP. The proposed solution will integrate a...

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Support for renewable heat in Ireland

The Irish Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Richard Bruton T.D., opened the second phase of the Support Scheme for Renewable Heat (SSRH), which will provide operational support for biomass boilers and anaerobic digestion heating systems....

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