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1 Modular Insulation System Presented by: Matt Lampron Business Development Mgr Date : October,

2 Today’s Presentation  Ever Green: The Evolution of Established Insulation Technology  Energy Savings in Institutional Facilities  AMI’s new “Green-Up Project” Approach (slide #15)  Carbon Reduction Case Studies Modular Insulation System 2

3 Institutional Facilities Bare Components— Here, There, Everywhere !  Unintended heat loss  Unsafe working conditions  Impacts carbon footprint  GHG emissions Modular Insulation System 3

4 Why Insulate Components?  Saves Energy  Always recommended as per:  DOE DOE  ASHRAE Handbook of Fundamentals, Ch. 23  Components have large surface areas – more than they appear! Lots of energy loss occurs! Modular Insulation System 4

5 Why Are Mechanical Room Components Left Bare? Costly & Problematic Custom-made covers are expensive & labor intensive Hard to replace Overlooked in construction budgets Designed for industrial use Over-engineered for institutional HVAC systems Modular Insulation System 5

6 A New “Green” Solution  Ever Green is a patented modular insulation system in “kit” form  Customized on site  Installs in minutes  Saves energy immediately  Quick payback  Prevents unwanted heat in/above space  First layer of Ever Green reduces about 88%of the heat loss.  GHG reductions —up to 8% Modular Insulation System 6

7 What Makes it Green?  All natural binders on filler insulation – stays flexible!  Silicone coating is solvent-free, solids- based system  Truly re-usable with Velcro straps – no hog rings, wires, etc. Modular Insulation System 7

8 Advantages  Easy to install— Cut. Wrap. Strap.  Flexible – even after heat-up  Adaptable – ideal for odd shaped and “very hot” components Valve bodies, bonnets & stems Flanges Pressure regulators Strainers  Removed & reinstalled by either contract labor or facility personnel Modular Insulation System 8

9 9 Designed for District Energy Heating Systems  Temps to 500°F  Water and oil repellent  Meets 25/50 fire/smoke rating per ASTM E-84  Meets ASTM C for indoor applications  R-value – 3.1  Engineering specifications available

10 Example of a Big Saver  Montana State Capitol System  Retrofit mechanical rooms  3500 bare components  Calculated savings – “8% of their total natural gas used to heat their buildings annually.” 1 1 National Insulation Association - Field Study –State of Montana Modular Insulation System 10

11 Institutional Mechanical Room – 1 Room’s Bottom Line! How many mechanical rooms— and how many hot, bare fittings are in your facility? Modular Insulation System 11

12 Insulating Mechanical Rooms  Significant energy savings and…  GHG reductions that can be calculated and counted – up to 8% Modular Insulation System 12

13 Typical GHG Savings/Yr/Room Facility Tons/Year Bates College 20 City of Lewiston 7 CMMC 23 MIT 122 NYU 75 UM-Orono 14 Harvard 50 Total 311 Modular Insulation System 13

14 Cut ‘n Wrap—Nationwide  State of Montana  Morton Salt  Cornell University  Reichold Chemical  Owens Corning Asphalt Plants  Jackson Laboratory  State of Maine  University of California  University of Arkansas  Texas State University  US Veterans Administration Modular Insulation System …Now in more than 100 facilities… 14

15 AMI’s GREEN-UP Project Services  Provide estimate (using EG Calculator) on turn-key basis  Provide funding process assistance if needed  Oversee installation  Provide final engineering report with BTU, $ and CO2 savings  Provide written project summary  Provide follow-up services as required Modular Insulation System 15

16 Let’s Get An Estimate Started! Chilled water or dual temperature lines Hot mechanical service lines Industrial elevated temperature lines 16

17 Situation: 230°F Steam 1 Mech. Room 65 Components 97°F Air Temp CASE STUDY Bates College  Installation took several days  Air temp dropped 17°  48,500 Btu/hr heat load reduction  $4000/yr in energy savings  20 tons/yr in CO 2 reduction  Payback < 1 year  Before After  17

18 Situation: Boiler Room 230°F Steam 21 Bare Pipe Components CASE STUDY Lewiston Armory  20,000 Btu/hr heat load reduction  $1,363 savings in annual energy savings  7 tons/yr in CO 2 reduction  Payback < 1 year  Before After  18

19 Situation: Centralized steam 230°F Bare components in mechanical room that was mechanically cooled. CASE STUDY Central Maine Medical Center  10 components insulated  33,390 Btu/hr heat load reduction  $3900/yr in energy savings  23 tons/yr in in CO 2 reduction  Payback < 1 year  Before After  19

20 Situation: Purchase Steam 430°F Insulation contractor concerned about high room temp in mechanical room CASE STUDY New York University  12 butterfly valves insulated  Installation Time: 15 minutes/valve  110,000 Btu/hr head load reduction  $13,000/yr in energy savings  75 tons/yr in in CO 2 reduction  Payback < 6 months  Before After  20

21 Situation: Central steam 430°F 3 Mech. rooms High room temps CASE STUDY Massachusetts Institute of Technology  Insulation contractor performed work  74 components  2 insulators  2 days  Less than ½ man-hour per component  $21,000/yr in energy savings  122 tons/yr in in CO 2 reduction  Payback < 6 months  Safe room temperature  Before After  21

22 Situation: Bare gate valves bonnets & stems… High temps in steam tunnels… Insulation needed to be easy to remove/reinstall… CASE STUDY Harvard University Steam Tunnels  Insulated gate valve bonnets and stems  51,000 Btu/hr — heat load reduction  $6,000/yr in energy savings  35 tons/yr in in CO 2 reduction  Payback < 3.6 months  Before After  22

23 Energy Savings Short Payback SUMMARY OF CASE STUDIES  $49,000 – value of energy saved  Payback – averaged 7 months  300 tons/yr – reduction greenhouse gasses  Equivalent to 2700 barrels of oil saved  Equivalent to 115,000 gallons of fuel oil saved 23

24 Save Energy Reduce Emissions Reduce Room Temp Improve Safety SUMMARY OF CASE STUDIES  Case studies demonstrate ease and speed of on-site fitting, cutting, fabrication & installation  Bare components = opportunities for  Energy savings  Reduced CO 2 emissions  Room air temp reduction  Improved safety 24


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