INDOOR CLIMATE OF BUILDINGS
ClimSel was initially developed for energy storage in buildings. Thanks to its ability to store cooling or heating energy – and move energy in time – ClimSel is a highly energy-efficient part of today’s indoor climate solutions.
Energy storage in ClimSel is a good example of the way solar energy and night cooling can be stored in waterborne systems and then used during the part of the day when energy is required. ClimSel can also be integrated in building structures to absorb excess energy during use and emit energy during the night/rest period.
Thus, ClimSel can contribute to lower energy consumption and more energy efficient indoor climate systems.
”Indoor climate solutions with ClimSel have enormous potential for efficient energy storage.”
Storage of free energy
Property management challenges
ROOM CASE – SWEROD
Swerod, in collaboration with Climator, has developed solutions for energy storage in buildings. With a Swerod system, energy costs can be reduced considerably and meet the need for both heating and cooling, in summer as well as winter. By means of storage tanks filled with water, and Swerod rods filled with ClimSel, a simple connection is made to the waterborne system and energy – solar energy, waste energy, low tariff energy – can be moved in time to when it is really needed. Swerod’s system has been developed for homes, offices and commercial and public premises. www.swerod.com
ROOM CASE - COOLDECK
By placing ClimSel under the ceiling of an office building in Stevenage, England, the need for air conditioning has almost been eliminated. ClimSel stores cooling energy during the night and then releases it during the day when demand and the need for cooling are greatest.