Chilling HVAC systems often struggle to store cold energy efficiently. This inefficiency results in the need for large buffer tanks in inconvenient spaces such as cellars or next to commercial buildings. Consequently, there is a significant risk of space loss, high energy consumption, and overall inefficiency, making the current approach unsustainable.
However, HDPE PCM Spheres provide a promising solution to these challenges. These spheres have the capability to store more latent heat than a water-filled buffer tank alone. By seamlessly incorporating these spheres into chilling HVAC systems, more energy can be stored without the need to increase the size of the buffer tanks. The innovative approach of HDPE PCM optimizes space and ensures efficient cold energy storage, thereby making a valuable contribution to sustainability.