Heat to  Power 

Enjoy Many Hours of Free electricity from these new energy storage devices. Once energy is stored or converted you can move to clean power. Or draw direct heat. Daniel has created several very Unique Catalytic formula to allow exothermic results from H2 combustion

Processes to allow the Looping of Ammonia and H2 Gases achieving very HIGH C.O.P 6 :1


The Green Gas to Heat Technology is Manufactured by Secure Supplies and Integrated into some leading Heat Exchanges, Heat Cyclic engines as shown here and also Gas pressure run Steam CHP Rankle Cycle Turbines.

NEW 2021

Whilst we have used and had in stock these technologies for 5 years + now we finally have a mass production and some key multi discipline advances to share.


Which now makes them affordable. both in pcs or as kits. 

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Super Heat Pump Diagram
The primary advantages of system are the massive evaporator plates (that never need defrosting), the massive condenser to process the 50 pounds of refrigerant charged in a 3 HP unit, and the TX valves.

Super Heat Pump Applications
The most efficient Heat Pump in the world.Topy Turby system  gets C.O.P.s as high as 12 to I.

Thousands of them were made and installed throughout the USA. It is a proven technology.

Now Advanced by Secure Supplies with modern mateirals and PLC

C.O.P. Comparison Chart

Conventional Heat Pumps get an average COP of 2 to 1. Electric resistance heats (like water heaters) get 1 to 1. Even costly Ground Source heat pumps only get 4 to 1. But our system for gets as high as 12 to 1 and gets an average of 6 to 1 (2 to 1 below 0oF)

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Evaporator Panels On Side Of House

The panels are placed anywhere and on any angle as long as the sun, wind, rain, and air can touch them. 8 panels 8 x 3 make up a two sided surface that provides almost 400 square feet of surface for heat transfer from the air.

Evaporator Panels In Tower Array

The panels can be installed in a tower design that helps air flow and exposure to the elements.

Experts can see by the frost pattern how the refrigerant is well distributed. Ice or frost build up does not alter the panel surface area.

Evaporator Panels In Rack Design

The panels can be put into a rack design so the processor can be placed under them and the unit can be portable. In this design, the unit can come pre-charged with refrigerant and thus avoid custom charging on the job.

The  Processor

This is the part that goes into a home. The processor will fit into a foot locker box 2 x 3 x 2 and needs no monthly, weekly, or daily maintenance. It can be put under a stair, in a closet, or in the boiler/furnace room out of sight

The  Heat Exchanger

The hot refrigerant is sent form the compressor to a heat exchanger that is placed in the heating ducts for forced air homes. Air blowing through the duct is heated. Water can be made hot to circulate in a different exchanger.

The Commercial Unit

Larger units can he made to provide commercial heat or hot water. It is the most efficient commercial hot water heater in the world beating even conventional solar hot water heaters.

We offer a Free Trial to commercial users.

The Processor Close Up

The processor is really very simple with nothing to maintain.

The compressor needs to be replaced from time to time (one unit ran over twelve years on the original compressor).

RC-12a and HC-22a

Refrigerant 12 was recently banned, Refrigeration experts will agree that 134a (the replacement) is a terrible refrigerant that they hate. R-12a is the one we sell to replace R-134a. A look at the enthalpy charts show why.

New HC-12a and HC-22a Refrigerants

Refrigeration technicians loved R-12 refrigerant. HC-12a acts more like R-12 than R-12. HC22a is more like R-22. These are not controlled by the E.P.A. They do not do any damage to the ozone (more than I can say for Chlorine).

Air Conditioner With No Refrigerant

We are making an air conditioner that will not need any refrigerants at all to condition the air or refrigerate. The compressor is the most efficient one in the world and it will even make compressed air.

It is using CO2.

Could carbon dioxide be a viable option for HVAC refrigerants?

It turns out that the previous liabilities of carbon dioxide, the high pressure and temperature requirement, can be an advantage.


The high pressure allows for a higher density but lower volume of refrigerant, which means that systems can be smaller and require less power consumption.


The high heat output has led some companies to begin using CO2 in heat pumps. In fact, the Japanese company Mayekawa has developed several commercial CO2-based heat pumps that are already being sold in North America.

Carbon dioxide has been found to have a number of characteristics that make it a promising choice for environmentally-friendly HVAC refrigerants:

  • An ODP level of 0, and a GWP level of 1

  • Lower cost than HFC-type HVAC refrigerants

  • Non-toxic and non-flammable

  • Odorless

  • Requires lower amounts of HVAC refrigerant (“refrigerant charge”) than HFC refrigerants

  • Performs better than HFCs with less power usage

In other parts of the world, where HFCs are being banned outright, CO2-based refrigeration systems are being adopted more quickly than in the United States.


But as the need to reduce our carbon footprint becomes more urgent, we will certainly see the development of more commercial refrigeration and HVAC equipment designed for CO2 use here in the U.S.

The Alternative Demo Model

This is a small two panel hot water unit that we use at shows to demonstrate THE ALTERNATIVE.

The panel gets ice cold and the cold refrigerant goes to the compressor where it comes out hot to heat exchange hot water.

The Demo Model

This is a small two panel hot water unit that we use at shows to demonstrate ..

The panel gets ice cold and the cold refrigerant goes to the compressor where it

comes out hot to heat exchange hot water.

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Heat Pump Panels

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