MEBREX electric solutions GmbH is convinced that the question of a more secure energy supply can only be answered in a sustainable and resource-saving manner with a sensible combination of solutions.

With the lowest possible total CO2 footprint.

Resource-saving both in terms of the overall CO2 footprint and costs.

For this purpose, the respective supply facility is subjected to a holistic and systematic examination. MEBREX offers a solution which guarantees 100% self-sufficiency in full or short-term island systems.

The MEBREX solution helps to keep the CO2 backpack of battery-bound, but also regenerative energy systems small. 

Operation is reliably reduced to the necessary minimum by the built-in automatic system, with operation always taking place at the highest level of efficiency.

The high energy density of liquid energy carriers is used to keep the weight and the installation space in mobile applications as low as possible. At MEBREX there is a fast charging process. The saving of the charging time is 80% compared to a conventional charger

For example:

A battery with 24V and 120Ah needs to be charged; this requires 3h: 45min with a 16A charger available on the market. An 11A charger takes 5h: 20min. The MEBREX quickly charges the same battery in 49min20sec time savings of 80%! 


Research Output (Forschungsergebnisse)  


   2018    -    Ion Current Comparison in Small, Fast Running Gasoline Engines for Non-Automotive Applications Basso, R., Gruber, G., Piecha, P., Schacht, H-J., Schmidt, S. & Arenz, M., 1 Oct 2018, SAE/JSAE 

Small Engine Technology Conference. SAE International, 10 p.Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Conference contribution


  2017 - Enhanced Diagnosis for Small Engines    Basso, R., Schacht, H-J., Stephan, S., Kirchberger, R., Rath, M., Neumayer, M. & Reisenberger, C., 1 Nov 2017, JSAE/SAE Small Engine Technologies Conference & Exhibition.Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Conference contribution 


  2016 - Evaporation and Cold Start Behavior of Bio-Fuels in Non-Automotive Applications      Jandl, S. A., Schacht, H-J., Schmidt, S., Dawin, U., Kölmel, A. & Leiber, S., 8 Nov 2016. 

Experimental Investigations Regarding the Potential of an Electronic Ignition Timing Control for a Lawn Mower Engine      Zisser, M., Schacht, H-J., Stelzl, R., Schweighofer, B., Wegleiter, H., Schmidt, S., Trentini, J., Banzhaf, J-P. & Gegg, T., 8 Nov 2016. 

Verfahren zum Betreiben einer Vorrichtung zur Energieversorgung eines elektrischen Verbrauchers in einem Inselbetrieb      Schacht, H-J., 15 Jul 2016, Patent No. AT 516418 B1, Priority date 10 Nov 2014, Priority No. A 50824/2014


  2014 - Control of a Low Cost Range Extender for L1e Class PHEV Two-Wheelers      Schacht, H-J., Leibetseder, M., Bretterklieber, N., Schmidt, S. & Kirchberger, R., 18 Nov 2014 

Control of a Low Range Extender for L1e Class PHEV Two-Wheelers    Schacht, H-J., Leibetseder, M., Bretterklieber, N., Schmidt, S. & Kirchberger, R., 2014, In : SAE Technical Papers. 2014320014

2012 - Low Cost Range Extender Technology for Hybrid Electric City Scooters    Schacht, H-J., Schögl, O., Bretterklieber, N., Kirchberger, R. & Schmidt, S., 17 Oct 2012. 

Potenzial eines REX Konzeptes für Stadtscooter - eine Alternative zur rein elektrischen Mobilität?    Kirchberger, R., Schacht, H-J. & Eichlseder, H., 2012, 33. Internationales Wiener Motorensymposium. Wien: VDI, p. 297-312 (VDI-Berichte). 

Range Extender for Two-Wheeler Applications    Schacht, H-J., Kirchberger, R., Winkler, F. & Schmidt, S., 18 Oct 2012, Development Trends of Motorcycles IV. expert verlag GmbH , Vol. IV.

2011 - Concept Study of Range Extender Applications in Electric Scooters    Schacht, H-J., Kirchberger, R., Winkler, F. & Schmidt, S., 8 Nov 2011


2010 - Exhaust Emissions Legislation of Two and Three Wheelers   Kirchberger, R. & Schacht, H-J., 17 May 2010.

Dr. SCHACHT Hans Jürgen 


SCHLATTE Christian


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