Heat pump energy storage system

Published:  02 June, 2011

Phase Change Materials (PCM) store and release thermal energy during the process of melting & freezing and the latest range of PCM solutions between -100C and +885C offer new application opportunities.

For example, using +8C and +46C PCM materials on both cold and hot side of the heat pump would spread the loads over 24 hours and reduce the machine size as much as by 50%. By also storing both hot and cold sides the overall COP nearly doubles not only reducing the running cost but also offers reliable and stand-by capacity system.

PCM Products, phase change materials, energy storage
For more information on this story, click here:  June 2011, 206

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