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cooling and heat recovery system utilising
Phase Change Material (PCM) to provide
high “potential” thermal mass and
the ability to release the thermal
storage highly effectively”
yMicroencapsulated phase
change material slurry
to store latent energy.
y1cm thick layer of PCM is
equivalent to 15cm
thick layer of concrete.
yUp to 4kWh of thermal
storage and 1kW of cooling
or heat recovery at an average
of 40W power consumption
yLow maintenance, true
air-conditioning.
yControls developed on
Monodraught’s proven iNVent
control system, including
temperature and CO
2
Tangential
blower
Exterior
yDesigned to control
wall
Formed
air quality, providing
plywood cover
Insulated fresh air, cooling and
tank
Collaborating with the University
heat recovery.
of Nottingham, Ciba UK PLC and
Heat exchanger
assembly
the Carbon Trust, Monodraught has
yUses recyclable materials and
created an extremely low energy,
External
the PCM is fully biodegradable.
damper
fresh air ventilation system for use
Particle filter
Telescopic
within the Commercial, Education
yEach unit serves an area of
extension
duct
and Healthcare sectors. Cool-phase is
Internal
up to 30 square metres.
damper
also capable of providing both cooling
Circular
exterior
and heat recovery at a fraction of yLower power consumption
louvre
Closed Open the power usually associated with
COP of up to 15
conventional air conditioning, a
green alternative helping to reduce a yHelps to reduce
buildings carbon emissions. carbon footprint
Cooling Mode (Spring / Summer)
Night Time Cooling and
Charging Operation
CARBON
Visit www.cool-phase.com for more info.
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