Revolutionary Technology of Permafrost
Understanding The Cooling Process in A/C or Refrigeration Equipment
Air conditioning and refrigeration equipment cool by transferring heat from one area to another through refrigerant. Air is drawn from the area that needs cooling, and blown through an evaporator coil which transfers the heat to the refrigerant running through the coil. This hot refrigerant is pumped outside through the compressor and condensing coils. A fan draws air across the condensing coils blowing the heat into the air outside the cooled area. This cycle continues until enough heat is removed to satisfy the temperature on the thermostat.
How PermaFrost works
PermaFrost is designed to remove heat from metal surfaces, accelerate refrigerant flow, increase thermo-conductivity and transfer heat throughout the equipment. It’s sophisticated molecular composition "passivates" and stabilizes all metal components throughout the system, allowing the refrigerant to absorb and dissipate heat at an accelerated rate.
PermaFrost allows the unit to achieve set temperatures faster while drawing less energy, allowing the compressor, condenser and evaporator to perform at their utmost design efficiency. Energy reduction may vary from 10% to 40%+ depending on the age and condition of the unit. In sealed systems, this one-time application lasts for the life of the compressor. Our proprietary application requires no down time of the equipment.
Inside the A/C or Refrigeration Equipment
Laminar Friction creates heat, drag, erosion, wear and tear, loss of energy and fatigue. Any material or gas that runs inside a pipe faces friction. When a fluid or gas runs through a pipe, the layer in contact with the metal surface creates a "drag". This layer also creates a laminar friction by "slowing down" the layer above it which in turn slows down the layer in contact with it and so on. The further away from the first layer, the faster the product moves. This creates a pointed bullet shaped curve (see picture). The center of this curve has less friction and moves faster than the layer closest to the internal walls of the pipe. The name Laminar Flow comes by the layered "laminated" effect caused by friction.
When PermaFrost is installed, its active thermo-conductive compounds having strong affinity to metals displace energy robbing deposits significantly reducing surface friction. When the refrigerant circulates through the pipe (condenser and evaporator), it comes in close contact with the metal surface enabling faster heat transfer, less laminar friction and better overall performance. (See picture). The energy that was lost to friction now is restored. There is additional heat conductivity, dissipation and less energy is needed to "circulate" the refrigerant throughout the system.
Refrigeration systems rely on a refrigerant oil to lubricate its moving parts. Eventually this oil and other chemicals migrate through the system forming an insulative, non-conductive layer over the surface of the condensing and evaporator coils.
Over time this stagnant oil film build-up causes considerable reductions in efficiency and greatly increases maintenance costs. Through ongoing operation, this insulative layer continues to thicken causing an increased reduction in efficiency and greater energy consumption and can shorten compressor life.
Oil trapped in the system will Reduce System Efficiency, Cause the System to Work Harder to Deliver The Design, Cause it to Run Longer and Use More Energy, and Increases wear and tear.
Using the flow of refrigerant, PermaFrost is designed to migrate into the system. By replacing the non-conductive layer of oil with highly charged thermo-conductive compounds, PermaFrost effectively eliminates future build-up and dramatically increases Tehrmo Conductivity throughout the unit which lasts for the life of the system
The compounds integrated into the technology contain polarity. As we know heat is energy and energy can be made directional by another form of energy, which in the case of PermaFrost is the thermo-conductive compounds.
By acting as molecular fins, PermaFrost attracts the heat from the refrigerant & conducts it through the metal at an accelerated rate therefore increasing the systems capacity and reducing energy, resulting in more cooling action with less energy.
Compatibility tests performed under the following standards of ASTM, API, ANSI, ASHRAE, UL, EPA, ARI:
Neoprene, Nitrine, Viton, PFE, Buna, Nylon, Mylar, Polypropylene and all prevalent types of seals used in the HVAC industry.
Steel, copper, aluminum, brass, cast iron, stainless steel, copper alloys and zinc.
Group 1, 2, 3, amonia, propane and all prevalent refrigenrats.
Mineral, synthetic, POE, alpha olefins and special blends.
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