ENERGY EFFICIENT PATENTED SOLUTIONS
FOR GREENER BUILDING PERFORMANCE.
ZERO-MIXING, Energy Efficient Technology with the Power
to Transform Building Economy and Emissions.
Modern building HVAC technologies operate on an INEFFICIENT - INEFFECTIVE Water Mixing platform that continuously impairs efficient heating/cooling production and distribution. ZERO-MIXING technology eliminates water mixing operation allowing HVAC systems to consistently perform above 90% efficiency levels year around, maximizing savings on non-renewable, reducing exposure to Carbon Levy, and opening opportunities for Carbon Credits.
Zero-Mixing retrofit is the most cost-effective building retrofit solution in the market. All buildings, including Zero-Carbon certified ones, can improve Annual Fuel Utilization efficiencies from 25% to 50%. HVAC pumping and ventilation electricity cost can also be reduced by 20%.
Domestic Hot Water [DHW]
Building DHW plants can double water production while maintaining highly efficient boiler operation. Split Buffer Tank [SBT] storing intelligence allows system to run at much higher temperature differential, reducing the consumption of costly non-renewables.
Zero-Mixing processing increase process output economy in industrial settings that rely on heat-production processing and storing. Suggested configurations favour more efficient full force-convection heat-transfer operation for higher temperature differential and production output.
HVAC Solar Thermal
Split Buffer Tank [SBT] thermal
storage Zero-Mixing concept, high-temperature delta operation, maximize panel solar adsorption and energy output increasing solar fraction and therefore reducing supplemental boiler heat. Also, minimize system-hydronic and pumping equipment oversize.
HVAC Ground Geothermal
Zero-Mixing/SBT operation, favoring higher temperature differential brine storage, maximizes system thermal mass reducing compressor short-cycling and unnecessary overruns that impact the electricity bills.
Combined Heat & Power [CHP]
ZERO-MIXING concept integration into CHP systems improves overall thermal efficiency by eliminating heat-transferring diminishing-returns during the reheating and thermal storing operation. SBT allows cogeneration excess heat to be efficiently stored at a much higher temperature differential, offering improved economy.