Air conditioning, heating, and refrigeration (HVAC-R) units waste energy through natural inefficiency. The compressors on these units consume about 70% of the total energy, and the average business spends 65% of its total energy costs on these systems.
COLD-PLUS PROVIDES MANY BENEFITS THAT REDUCE THE COST TO OPERATE YOUR SYSTEM
Residential, commercial, industrial, and retail properties all have HVAC systems in common. Because they consume so much energy, the potential for savings is substantial.
Transportation refrigeration units are gasoline and diesel powered cooling units that are installed on vehicles used in transporting produce, meat, dairy products, and other perishable goods.
Heat pumps are popular because they can both cool and heat utilizing the same unit. The use of Cold-Plus in heat pumps increases the efficiency of the unit in both cool and heat cycles.
Our non-toxic formula conserves energy, reduces carbon emissions, and extends equipment life. This represents a valuable and sustainable solution for our customers.
WHY CHOOSE US?
The Cold-Plus treatment optimizes performance and efficiency in air conditioning, heating and refrigeration systems. This unique stage-two process uses nuclei to improve pool boiling which increases thermodynamics. Cold-Plus delivers cutting edge energy efficiency and cost saving solutions for businesses around the world.
Two-thirds of all homes in the United States have air conditioners. Air conditioners use about 5% of all the electricity produced in the United States, at an annual cost of more than $11 billion to homeowners.
Small businesses spend more than $60 billion a year on energy. By becoming more energy efficient, small businesses help reduce green house gas emissions and improve their own bottom line.
From cold storage to transportation, it takes fuel to keep our our products and people refrigerated. Saving fuel not only helps save money, it helps reduce your carbon footprint.
Cold-Plus out-performs other solutions in three key areas to reduce costs:
Compressor optimization, refrigerant management, and preventive maintenance.