Posts Tagged: Pumped Glycol Energy Recovery

Konvekta Reduces Energy Consumption up to 80%!

GROUND BREAKING! High-Efficiency Run Around Energy Recovery Systems Reducing Energy Consumption up to 80%! FIRST there were glycol run around loops 40% efficiency THEN came plate and frame heat exchangers 60% efficiency NEXT came heat recovery wheels 70% efficiency NOW, high-efficiency energy recovery coils UP to 80% EFFICIENCY! Konvketa guarantees the amount of energy recovered!… Read more »

What’s so special about Konvekta?

We have represented Konvekta for nearly eight years now.  In that time, we have designed and delivered over 34 separate projects.  We have supplied Konvekta equipment to a very impressive User Group including key owners like UMass Medical, Boston Children’s Hospital, Harvard, Dartmouth, Yale, Novartis and Millipore. In those eight years, there have been some key… Read more »

UVM – STEM Complex | Pumped Glycol Energy Recovery System

Project Name: University of Vermont STEM Complex  Architect: Freeman, French & Freeman, Inc. Mechanical Engineer: BR + A Consulting Engineers Mechanical Contractor: VHV Company Equipment: OA Intake and EA Discharge Plenums Manufacturer: Konvenkta, Size: 148,300 CFM DAC Sales Engineer: Brad Carpenter Project Overview: The University of Vermont’s $104 million investment in a new Science Technology… Read more »

University Biology Lab HVAC Upgrade | Pumped Glycol Energy Recovery System

Project Name: University Biology Lab HVAC Upgrade Architect: Perkins & Will Mechanical Engineer: Rist-Frost Shumway Engineering Mechanical Contractor: J.C. Higgins Equipment: Pumped Glycol Energy Recovery System and High Plume Laboratory Dilution Fans Manufacturer: Konvekta, MK Plastics Size: 144,000 CFM DAC Sales Engineer: David Goodman Project Overview: This project replaces the Biolabs’ aged HVAC infrastructure with new… Read more »

Ask Rick: Pumped Glycol Systems | Does Air in the Glycol impact performance?

Konvekta Pumpd Glycol Pumping Package

Q.  I have some questions about pumped glycol systems.  What happens if all the entrapped air is not removed from the glycol?   Should a closed loop have auto bleed? A.   Air bubbles entrapped in the glycol circuit are very detrimental to the thermal performance of the energy recovery system.  It causes the heat transfer… Read more »