Increase the Efficiency of Your Refrigerator Coolant With a Catalyst

Increase the Efficiency of Your Refrigerator Coolant With a Catalyst

Your system will run more efficiently, cool better and extend its service life. An additional benefit is a significant carbon footprint reduction.

Too good to be true usually is.

In this case, materials science has solved a long-standing issue to deliver verified results. Read this critically and contact me directly for greater information, but don’t let your cynicism write off significant savings.

An advanced synthetic catalyst has been specifically developed to solve an issue with HVAC compressors. This catalyst reverses a condition that the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) calls "oil-fouling". Oil-fouling is the film of oil that builds up on the inner walls of the refrigeration tubing of the evaporator and condenser coils, significantly blocking heat transfer. According to ASHRAE, oil-fouling is a condition in which the compressor lubricant globules stick to the refrigeration tubing walls as it circulates through the cooling system.

The synthetic catalyst solves oil-fouling while increasing the lubricity of the compressor oil.

Here are some statistics on the benefits of using a synthetic catalyst:

  • Holiday Inn Express: energy savings 26.8%, carbon footprint reduction of 17,911 Lbs CO-2/yr
  • Los Angeles County Sheriff: 21.04% Less electricity was required for cooling of the space post installation
  • LOMCO Senior Center Tower: 24% total efficiency improvement including a 54% increase in lubricity.

The cost of this advanced synthetic catalyst pays for itself relatively quickly and lasts for the life of your equipment. If you would like more information, contact me to discuss your specific application and your project.

Additional Resources:

https://www.thefreelibrary.com/Cooling+of+a+reciprocating+compressor+through+oil+atomization+in+the+...-a0297426714

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