Where is the economy?

How are the savings generated?

Using the adiabatic, evaporative cooling panel Blue Energy “Smart cooling™” can significantly reduce the temperature of the air entering the air conditioning and cooling unit. As a result, in the hot weather, the unit expends much less power for cooling to a predetermined temperature.

The savings achieved by lowering electric energy consumption are significant because ordinarily, it plays a substantial part in overall electric energy consumption of buildings.

Industrial energy saving, adiabatic (evaporative) cooling

Here is an example of how one of our customers, Schneider Electric, generated savings.

Each manufacturer of air conditioning and cooling units provides information on the performance of their systems. This information is available in the form of standardized tables, which state what cooling capacity (kW / h) the unit is capable of producing under certain ambient air temperatures, and how much power it spends on this (kW / h). Regardless of the manufacturer, there is a common relationship; the higher the outside temperature of air that enters the air conditioning system, the greater the required cooling capacity. Consequently, the greater the power consumption is.

Below is the necessary cooling capacity and energy consumption in hot weather, before and after the use of the adiabatic, evaporative cooling panel Blue Energy “Smart cooling™”, using the Schneider Electric air conditioning and cooling unit as an example.

We analyzed data of the air conditioning system YCAS 0475EB (a red horizontal line in table) at ambient air temperatures 20°C and 38°C. Following the data from the table, we get the following indicators of cooling capacity and power consumption:

T = 25°C, N(cooling capacity) = 507 kW / h; N(electricity) = 104.3 kW / h

T = 40°C, N(cooling power) = 418 kW / h; N(electricity) = 149.2 kW / h

Through the use of the adiabatic, evaporative cooling panel Blue Energy “Smart cooling™” the temperature of the air entering the air conditioning and cooling unit Schneider Electric was lowered to 25°C. Based on the data provided in the Table of manufacturer the following parameters were obtained:

Ability to produce 89 kW / h more (about 20%) of cooling capacity  based on the calculation N(T, 25°C – T, 40°C) and % N(T, 40°C – T, 25°C) / N(T, 40°C).

Saving power consumption of 44.9kW / h (around 30%) based on the calculation N(T, 25°C – T, 40°C) and % N(T, 40°C – T, 25°C) / N(T , 40°C).

Industrial cooling capacity and energy consumption, adiabatic (evaporative) panel

The installation of the adiabatic, evaporative cooling panel Blue Energy “Smart cooling™” solves the problem of lack of cooling power and significant savings is generated by reducing energy consumption. In our example, after installing the adiabatic cooling system, Schneider Electric saves 44.9 kW / h every hour. It is 359 kW / h per day and 7 184 kW / h per month for this unit.

Please contact our experts to find out specifically what savings you can make by installing the adiabatic, evaporative cooling panel Blue Energy “Smart cooling™”.

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