The University of British Columbia found that EndoTherm increased the temperature difference (ΔT) between the water leaving the heat exchanger and the water returning back to heat exchanger by 15%. The improvement in ΔT meant the building could now extract and deliver more heat from the district energy system and reach previously unattainable temperature set-points.
In 2017, PACE treated the South Terminal at the Vancouver International Airport (YVR) with EndoTherm to improve heat transfer and efficiency. The result was 17.32% reduction in boiler natural gas consumption and greenhouse gas emissions. YVR’s EndoTherm case study was recently reviewed and published by the Building Energy Innovators Council (BEIC). The project had full payback in the first year, reducing natural gas consumption by 432.49 GJ. This gas reduction cut greenhouse gas emissions by 25.98 tonnes of CO2e which is equivilant to removing the emissions of 5.6 cars per year.
Pace Automated Feed System to maintain the recommended concentration of EndoTherm
The PACE Automated Feed System is a PACE Solution! We recommended installation in larger systems or remote sites in order to help maintain ideal concentrations of EndoTherm and achieve peak efficiency. Installing this technology monitors system water loss and automatically adds additional EndoTherm to continuously maintain heat transfer performance and maximize energy savings. The PACE Automated Feed System can be connected to a cloud-based server to track consumption and provide low level and water loss alerts in real-time.
Contact your PACE representative to learn more about the EndoTherm Automated Feed system.