At the heart of Enersion, lies the revolutionary cooling design using adsorption to better and improve today’s cooling systems. This design has been adapted to develop 2 lines of products:

Chiller

Enersion’s chiller has been designed to replace the standard chillers in terms of output, while consuming over 70% less electricity and using no harmful refrigerant.

  • Output

    The chiller will produce cold water (down to 5 deg C) which will be utilized for cooling.

  • Input

    The chiller will consume hot water at a temperature of around 75 deg C to power the adsorption cooling process.
    The chiller will also consume electricity which will mainly be utilized to run the control panels

  • Efficiencies

    Estimated Electrical Coefficient of Performance (COP): 18
    The electrical COP is the ratio of the amount of cooling energy produced divided by the amount of electrical energy consumed for the same. The electrical COP of the chiller is high as compared to conventional chillers because the chiller uses very little electricity compared to compressor-based chillers.

  • Estimated Thermal Coefficient of Performance (COP): 0.6

    The thermal COP is the ratio of the amount of cooling energy produced divided by the amount of thermal energy (heat) thermal energy consumed for the same.

Cold Storage

  • Enersion has adapted its nanoporous material based cooling technology to create a cold cold storage solution for food items, beverages, vaccines and pharmaceutical products, that can extend the length of cooling by over 4 days.
    Traditional cold storage usually utilizes the cooling produced by dry ice supported by thermal insulation to provide storage for prolonged periods under a certain temperature. However, this method provides only a limited time of useful operation.
    Enersion’s cold storage extends the amount of time the cold temperatures can be maintained by over 500%. This is due to the powerful cooling produced by adsorption on nanoporous material that have large amounts of surface area.

    Effect on hold over time : 5 times