Climate Wizard cooling technology saves energy!
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We have compared the cooling effect of Climate Wizard with alternative methods to cool air, particularly the refrigerated method.
Water does not require any external energy input to evaporate, as this occurs naturally. In order for synthetic refrigerants to evaporate efficiently, they must first be compressed and this is where the big energy difference occurs. Both systems require a fan for supply air, so the air movement comparison is not most important - it is the compressor that makes the big difference.
Energy performance of air conditioning machines is compared by measuring the thermal OUTPUT (in watts or BTU/hr) and the electrical INPUT (in watts) as shown below.
|COP (Coefficient of Performance)
|EER (Energy Efficiency Ratio)
The COP of refrigerated air conditioners is typically in the order of 2.7 to 3.5.
The EER of refrigerated air conditioners is typically in the order of 9 to 12
The COP of Climate Wizard is in the order of 10 to 15.
The EER of Climate Wizard is in the order of 34 to 50.
As the outdoor temperature increases, the COP (EER) of refrigerated systems decreases but the Climate Wizard increases!