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Supercharged Refrigerant - PCS
  • Restored volumetric capacity

  • Reduced run time and head pressure

  • Decreases amperage

  • Reduced mechanical friction

  • Extended equipment life

  • Reduces maintenance costs

  • Quieter operation

  • Lowers demand

  • Contains no halogen atoms or compounds

  • Compatible with all refrigerants and non-silicon compressor oils

  • Performance improvement of 14% and up

PCS - Advantages

There are two major compounds in a cooling system: oil and refrigerant. In theory, the oil remains in the compressor, but in practice, the oil and refrigerant form a solution that carries oil throughout the system. As the solution comes in contact with the metallic heat transfer surfaces, the oil separates from the solution and builds up on the surface. The effect of this build-up is that the oil tends to act as a layer of insulation.

Consequently, the system’s heat transfer ability is degraded. ASHRAE published a study conclusively showing that system performance is degraded by as much as 30% due to lubricant build-up on internal surfaces throughout the refrigeration system. This build-up is gradual approximately 2% per year) and causes heat transfer degradation, which increases pressure drops, elevates boiling points and reduces the latent heat capacity of the equipment. The end results of these problems are substantial loss of cooling capacity, loss of lubricity, significantly increased operating costs and shortened equipment life.

The Problem

The PCS Technology

The primary purpose of the PCS additive is to recover and improve the efficiency of air conditioners, chillers, heat pumps, and refrigerant systems, thereby reducing the operating cost of the equipment. Additionally, the total saving is obtained through energy savings, lower maintenance costs and increased life of the equipment.

The base technology behind the PCS additive is a patented refrigeration coolant agent, which comprises of “active polarized molecule” (APM) that seeks out and attaches to metal parts through magnetic bonding, displaces carbon, contaminants and stagnant oil buildup in the condenser and evaporator, and then leaves a microscopic chemical layer, without the introduction of solid particles. This layer provides lubrication 1,500% greater than the refrigerant oil alone, which reduces the wear factor by 85% when the system cycles on and off. PCS increases the lubricating ability of the refrigerant oil, displaces the buildup of oil in the condenser and evaporator, thereby restoring the systems ability to transfer heat.

As a result, over 16% efficiency improvement have been achieved.

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