At Quick-Cool, it is of utmost importance to us to keeping a finger on the pulse and following new trends from research.
Through our participation in various research projects, from Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy or the European Union, we are able to pick up new trends quickly and establish them on the market. We also share our knowledge with partners such as research institutes and universities in a total of 9 application areas.
An overview of past and current projects
Development of Peltier elements with increased power density
01.09.2009 – 31.08.2010
ThermoSpritz - Thermal spraying for the industrial production of TEG modules
01.04.2011 – 31.03.2014
NanoCaTe - Nano-Carbons for versatile power supply modules (www.nanocate.eu)
European Commission Grant Agreement N°604647
01.10.2013 – 30.09.2017
HeaTEG - Development and testing of a heat pipe cooled thermoelectric system for the use of industrial waste heat
01.10.2016 – 31.10.2017
ZIM KMU project - Temperature and humidity regulation and UVC air disinfection
01.12.2019 - 30.11.2021
Development and testing of measuring stations for the characterisation of heat pipes
01.03.2021 – 31.08.2021
H2Safety: Thermoelectric voltage-based sensor technology for hydrogen detection in gases and materials. Subproject: Peltier modules for sensors for hydrogen detection.
01.03.2021 – 29.02.2024
Our many years of experience in the field of thermal management as well as our research and development activities enable us to implement critical projects quickly and competently. We have the option of custom solutions (prototypes) to four-digit (small series) or even larger quantities in a time-efficient and cost-efficient manner as well as customer-specific.
Our extensive range of standard parts portfolio enable a quick development of wide variety of thermal management systems.