New cooling technology enters the local market

GreenWave has introduced PermaFrost to the Middle East region

Shane Mansell of GreenWave.
Shane Mansell of GreenWave.

GreenWave has introduced PermaFrost to the Middle East region. The technology is used in cooling and the company claims existing PermaFrost users report system efficiency increases of 20%-40%, for overall energy cost savings of 10%-20%.

“Recognising the increase in the number of commercial and residential properties built in the last 3-5 years and the significant demands that these developments place on power sources in the region, corporations, hotels and facility management firms are looking for alternative sources to save energy,” said Shane Mansell, chief operating officer, GWC Trading. “PermaFrost offers an effective and affordable solution that is simple to use and that offers immediate cost and efficiency benefits.”

The company says its product provides a ‘sustainable, environmentally sound method to significantly reduce energy costs by increasing the efficiency of air conditioning and
refrigerant equipment’.

With cooling costs are thought to account for an estimated 60-70% of total energy use in the Middle East region, PermaFrost works by helping cooling systems reach their optimum set temperature faster, while consuming less energy to do so.

“The current economic climate is causing [people] to look at ways of decreasing their cooling costs. Permafrost’s efficiency and cost-reducing technology can deliver significant benefits to a region that requires tremendous cooling power now and in the future,” added Mansell.

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