Thermal Energy Storage Made Simple
Energy is stored in PCMs using a variety of methods and coming from a variety of sources: waste heat, excess refrigeration capacity, night-time refrigeration, co-generation facilities, etc. Energy is released the next day [on when needed] for air conditioning, process cooling, or process/space heating. PCM solidifies inside PCM-filled spheres or cylinders installed in large tanks. PCM Thermal Solutions Thermal Storage Systems generate energy cost savings and environmental benefits by using low-cost off-peak electrical energy. PCM Spheres can be installed around the world in schools, hospitals, airports, office buildings, churches, government offices and industrial plants.
Spheres of various diameters [75 mm is most common] can be installed in almost any shape or size of storage tank fiberglass, steel, concrete, atmospheric or pressurized; above grade or buried. Flexibility is key to the application of PCM-filled containers in retrofit and new construction situations where thermal storage was not possible before. In addition, PCM containers can be placed in existing tanks formerly used for storage of other materials.
THERMAL STORAGE SYSTEMS using PCM-filled Containers from various sources
We design and develop TES [Thermal Storage Systems] for BOTH low and high temperature applications.
We use state-of-the art PCM filled Spheres and Cylinders at various melting temperatures.
We can also design systems based on sensible temperature changes.