Do you want to save money on your energy costs?
Would you like to have more control of your energy costs?
The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers stipulate that all air conditioning and refrigeration systems re-circulate about a half percent or more of the compressor lubricating oil along with the refrigerant throughout the system causing a condition labeled, “oil fouling”.
As the refrigerant goes through the copper piping, it begins to generate heat. The oil begins to line the copper piping and inhibits the ability to release heat build up. This “oil fouling” is estimated to reduce the process of heat exchange a minimum of 7% the first year, 5% the second year and 2% each year to a threshold of 20% or higher. This loss in heat transfer causes the equipment to run longer than it did when it was new, thus increasing the electricity cost, causing the equipment to require more maintenance, and greatly decreasing the length of service.
Removal of the “oil fouling” boundary layer returns the heat transfer properties to the original design specifications. There is a synthetic catalyst product that will return the compressor oil to the compressor along with added lubricity, which increases compressor life and increase the AC unit’s efficiency.
Estimates suggest that you will have a:
- 10% + AC efficiency gain
- Increases your return on investment
This is a simple animation graphic demonstrating the process:
1. The refrigerant flows through the copper piping.
2. Oil begins to line the copper tubing impeding heat transfer.
3. After the oil has finished lining the piping, click on the bottle.
4. This product will return the oil to the compressor, saving you maintenance costs, and allowing the refrigerant to keep you cool.
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