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HVAC & Refrigeration Restoration and Efficiency ©2011 Trans Bio Energy, LLC. All rights reserved. Do not reproduce, reuse or distribute without permission. OHIO DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION District 4 Akron, Ohio
Reconditions, restores and maintains efficiency by improving the heat transfer in condenser and evaporator coils in air conditioning, heat pump and refrigeration systems. Proven Energy Efficiency and Restoration Technology for Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Systems ©2011 Trans Bio Energy, LLC. All rights reserved. Do not reproduce, reuse or distribute without permission.
MaxR 100 is an inter-metallic compound that by it’s nature bonds with metal surfaces -- restoring cooling systems to “like new” condition, creating substantial energy savings and improving energy efficiency by as much as 6% or more in newer units and 15-25% in older equipment through reduced run time and kWh consumption. Improves compressor operation, reduces vibrations and lowers the sound level (decibels), resulting in an extended life of the compressor and improved performance of the unit. MaxR 100 is not an additive or lubricant. It is an organometallic, ester- bonding compound that is made from naturally occurring elements. ©2011 Trans Bio Energy, LLC. All rights reserved. Do not reproduce, reuse or distribute without permission. What is MaxR100?
4 Median age of 15 years based on 1999 ASHRAE HVAC Applications Handbook Survival function based on Weibull probability distribution 5% of population retired by 8 th year 90% of population retired by 21 st year SERVICE LIFE OF AIR CONDITIONING EQUIPMENT ©2011 Trans Bio Energy, LLC. All rights reserved. Do not reproduce, reuse or distribute without permission.
©2011 Trans Bio Energy, LLC. All rights reserved. Do not reproduce, reuse or distribute without permission. Equipment benchmarked Increased kW /ton Poor heat transfer Longer run hours Lower thermostat settings Phase 1 Integration period Removal of oil fouling factor Inter-metallic Bonding Increase in kW/ton Phase 2 Lower kW /ton Improved Efficiency Latent heat BTUH increased Total BTUH increased Higher thermostat settings Plaque and varnish continues to be removed Phase 3 MaxR100 CYCLE of EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENT
Mechanical Reconditioning HP 9 Placed in Service October ,559 BTU/Hour 11,136 Latent BTU/Hour EER 5.42 COP 1.59 Average kW/ton.58 Phase 1Phase 2 37,420 BTU/Hour 16,621 Latent BTU/Hour EER 5.81 COP 1.70 Average kW/ton.53 Phase 3 6 ©2011 Trans Bio Energy, LLC. All rights reserved. Do not reproduce, reuse or distribute without permission. INTEGRATION
37,438 BTUH EER 5.35 COP 1.57 Average kW/ton.63 Latent BTU/Hour 14,283 Phase 1 Phase 2 43,209 BTUH EER 6.09 COP 1.78 Average kW/ton.54 Latent BTU/Hour 22,676 Phase 3 7 ©2011 Trans Bio Energy, LLC. All rights reserved. Do not reproduce, reuse or distribute without permission. Mechanical Reconditioning HP 18 Placed in Service 1995 INTEGRATION
©2011 Trans Bio Energy, LLC. All rights reserved. Do not reproduce, reuse or distribute without permission. Restores lost efficiency Restores lost efficiency – resulting in less energy consumption to reach set point and shorter run times. Reconditions the unit Reconditions the unit – allowing the system to operate at or near original specification which reduces equipment wear and extends the service life of the unit. Maintains performance Maintains performance – the molecular bonded layer of MaxR100 compound left behind inhibits the buildup of oil fouling moving forward.
©2011 Trans Bio Energy, LLC. All rights reserved. Do not reproduce, reuse or distribute without permission. Typical Impact of MaxR100 Product on Equipment Performance √ √ Increases heat transfer capability (thermal conductivity) √ Reduces the boiling point of the refrigerant √ Increases the overall efficiency of the heat exchange system √ Reduces run time by reaching set point quicker √ Reduces kWh consumption MaxR100 can also be installed in new equipment as a preventative measure to protect the system from future oil fouling. √ Extends Unit Service Life
©2011 Trans Bio Energy, LLC. All rights reserved. Do not reproduce, reuse or distribute without permission. The Cost of Doing Nothing Operation and maintenance of inefficient equipment increases operating costs! Higher energy bills Maintenance expense Down time Expensive replacement costs
Economics of Equipment Replacement and Cost of Energy Drive the Need for Installation ©2011 Trans Bio Energy, LLC. All rights reserved. Do not reproduce, reuse or distribute without permission. - State of Ohio DAS Master Maintenance Agreement Index No. MMA632W -Utilize Current Certified HVAC or Refrigeration Contractor in cooperation with Trans Bio Energy, LLC Installation Program Potential Implementation Options:
Economics of Equipment Replacement and Cost of Energy Drive the Need for Installation ©2011 Trans Bio Energy, LLC. All rights reserved. Do not reproduce, reuse or distribute without permission. -Identify federal, state, and local utility incentives and rebates (http://www.dsireusa.org)http://www.dsireusa.org - SAO Performance Contract Project – No Out-of-Pocket Project Costs Leverage bond/third party state financing such as the Ohio Air Quality Development Authority* or Leverage third party private financing - Self funded -Creation of Potential Carbon Credits as Cash Flow *The Ohio Air Quality Development Authority (OAQDA) is a non-regulatory agency created by the Ohio General Assembly in Using the tool of conduit financing, OAQDA qualifies projects for tax exemptions if the projects contribute to better air quality. Potential Funding Sources:
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