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About Qnergy

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Qnergy (q-ner-gy) was established in 2009 as a subsidiary of Ricor Cryogenic and Vacuum System (1967). Ricor, a world leader in the field of Stirling Cyrogenic Coolers, manufacturers thousands of Stirling devices annually for the defense and space industries. Following the acquisition of Infia n 2013, Qnergy became a sister company of Ricor.

Qnergy’s Stirling engines are based on Ricor’s 40 plus years of proven technology, Qnergy’s development and Infinia’s superb technology and intellectual property. The accumulated expertise yields the best commercial Stirling technology available today.

Qnergy’s state-of-the-art manufacturing facility, located in Ogden, Utah, is an automotive-like production facility, utilizing modern automated manufacturing methods for high volume and lean manufacturing.

Quality and Safety

At Qnergy we are dedicated to providing products to our customers that meet strict quality standards.  We commit to deliver a product on time and with “zero defects”.

We will achieve these objectives by utilizing continuous improvement and strict adherence to standards throughout all levels of our organization.

We are committed to the safety and wellbeing of our employees and customers.  In order to fulfill that commitment, we adhere to required safety standards to ensure proper operation of equipment inside and outside of our facility as it relates to our products.

Our culture at Qnergy is to empower each employee to be an advocate for Quality and Safety in order to ensure that our products are of the highest quality and employees are in a safe and healthy environment.

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Certifications

ISO 9001 (end of 2017)

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Our Facility

Following the acquisition of Infinia in 2013 Qnergy is now equipped to produce up to 18,000 engines annually.

This dedicated production line is fully operational, utilizing the latest production equipment.

A brand new relaibility lab augments the production facility. A multiple engines set can now be tested under extreme enviromental conditions to further confirm the product robustness