Energy Saving Device
Aircosaver ( Energy Saver For Air Conditioners)
This is a unique, state of the art energy saving device imported from Germany designed specifically to save energy on all window, split, tower and ductable air conditioners from 1 to 20 Ton capacity. It works on the advanced principle of thermal saturation whereby it detects when the evaporator coil is saturated with chilled energy and then cuts off the compressor. It keeps the coil optimally charged eliminating the wasteful run of the compressor.
It is not a timer based device that merely switches the air conditioner off periodically compromising cooling comfort and temperature levels. It should neither be compared nor be confused with a timer.
Aircosaver has been tested by such demanding clients as Godrej, Voltas, Daikin, Blue Star, IIT Mumbai, Reliance Energy, Tata’s, Airtel, Mahindra & Mahindra and many other well reputed institutions. Aircosaver is a genuine energy saver that saves 20-25% on your energy bills.
There is no other product that delivers genuine savings like Aircosaver.
Smartcool (Energy Saving Device For HVAC)
Smartcool units are microprosessor based control units that deal simply with compressor optimization.
There are more than 27,000 Smartcool installations currently running worldwide. In India Smartcool systems are running at IBM, GE, DELL, Genpact, Infosys, Prestige Group, Kanakia Spaces among others. Smartcool saves an average of 15% of the power cost of all central air conditioning or refrigeration system. It provides a rapid payback (ROI) of less than 30 months. In many cases less than even 20 months. Smartcool also qualifies for 80% Depreciation in the first year. This translates into a saving of 28% of the purchase investment before even it is installed.
Smartcool systems embody sophisticated energy reduction technology and are designed to work with the latest building management and energy management systems you may have already installed.
Smartcool systems interface with the chiller exactly like a BMS system (in addition to one you may already have installed), in the way the manufacturer permits in their manual viz. through a 0 -10 VDC or 4 – 10 mA signal. As such there is no risk of damage to the chiller at all.