Dramatically Restore Heat Transfer Capabilities in HVAC and Refrigeration (HVAC/R) Systems
The Energy Information Agency estimates that in 2013 buildings consumed 25% of the electricity produced in the U.S. The cost of operating air conditioning and refrigeration equipment for a building can be 30% or more of the total electric bill. It is well established that the efficiency of HVAC/R systems declines with time.
We offer proven technology that reverses this decline, thus reducing system runtime and associated kWh costs for HVAC/R systems, and providing an excellent Return on Investment. Get instant energy savings with this easy to install solution that requires no ongoing maintenance. There is no additional hardware to be installed or maintained, making it the easiest and most cost-efficient and sustainable solution on the market.
Our patented product is an injected treatment for the coils and compressors of HVAC/R systems. Our highly refined and chemically engineered solution uses nanotechnology to treat the internal metal surfaces of virtually any cooling or refrigeration system. It enhances the coil system’s ability to transfer heat at an accelerated rate, increase refrigerant flow, and increase thermo-conductivity of the system. It permanently increases COP, SEER and Delta T through thermodynamic metal enhancement, thus restoring lost HVAC/R system capacity.
Underwriters Laboratory® (UL) has been testing the effectiveness of our heat transfer enhancement product for HVAC systems. This testing verified that very significant (and permanent), improvements to system capacity were achieved.
The UL testing followed the ANSI/AHRI Standard 340/360 -2007 with Addenda 1 and 2 ANSI ASHRAE Standard 37 – 2009. Stringent testing was performed in a laboratory controlled environment, to ensure accurate measurements were achieved.
Continued testing is being conducted by UL on a variety of different HVAC systems, located at various customer sites around the country.
Underwriters Laboratory® (UL) is a global leader in testing, inspection, certification, auditing and validation. The UL Mark is the single most accepted Certification Mark in the United States, appearing on 22 billion products annually.
Sample list of business sectors that can benefit:
- Commercial Facilities
- Industrial Facilities
- Cooling and Storage (food storage, etc)
- Refrigerated Transportation (truck, rail, maritime)
- Data Centers