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Chilled water systems are dosed with chemicals to modify heat transfer properties and protect the systems pipework from freezing.
EndoCool™ enhances the heat transfer properties of the system fluid, reducing the workload of the compressor therefore delivering energy savings.
EndoCool™ is part of the multi award winning EndoTherm™ family of technologies.
- Save money on cooling costs
- Quick and easy to install
- Fast return on investment c. 1 Year
- Large carbon reduction potential
- Independently tested technology
- Developed and manufactured in the UK
- Compatible with inhibitors and glycols
- Available now - use our contact form for details
Example Chiller Circuit
Example Chiller Circuit
Here is a diagram of a typical chiller circuit. EndoCool™ is designed to be installed and effective within the secondary (blue) circuit.
EMCOR UK / United Utilities Case Studies
The 2 case studies conducted by EMCOR UK at United Utilities headquarters in Warrington showcase the difference in performance between different cooling patterns. The Thirlmere House office building was a comfort cooling application, running very similar to the 200+ case studies we have done on comfort heating applications, which achieved savings of 22.16%. Whereas, the Lingley Mere data centre, where the chillers run 24/7 due to the heat output from the computer servers, was a process cooling application which EndoCool could not reduce run times for & therefore the savings were around 5%. However, due to the relative usage of the 2 systems, the ROI for both projects was circa 1 year.
Dubai Case Study
The case study at Park Place in Dubai was a comfort cooling application in a 54 storey sky scraper in Dubai’s Central Business District comprising offices, a hotel & residential units which requires constant air conditioning. EndoCool was installed into 3 chilled water loops totalling 55,000 litres which made up the cooling system & achieved savings of 13.76%.
University of British Columbia Case Study
The case study in the Forestry & Conservation Sciences building at the University of British Columbia showed an 8.31% reduction in the required condenser ΔT to achieve the target chilled water ΔT. Overall improvements were made in the ΔT of the chilled water system, with chiller run times & compressor workloads being reduced to maintain thermostatically controlled temperatures. There was an overall 11.9% reduction in the energy required by the chillers to sustain comfort cooling conditions.