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University of South Florida – Dehumidifier Heat Pipe Case

University in New England - Enhances Chilled Beam System with Wrap Around Heat Pipes

When a University in New England decided to build a new facility – intended to integrate three programs from three separate colleges within a single building – they opted for chilled bean systems in all their classrooms to reduce overall energy consumption  A Dedicated Outside Air System (DOAS) is utilized to delivery fresh air to all the chilled beams in these rooms.

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University of South Florida – Dehumidifier Heat Pipe Case

University of South Florida – Tampa, Dehumidification

As one of the largest universities in the state of Florida, USF Tampa is constantly expanding through new buildings and renovations to existing facilities.  There also has been a significant push to improve overall energy efficiency and cut energy costs on campus.  Download this case study to learn about the wrap-around heat pipe solution that was installed on 36 HVAC units around campus which saves the university an estimated $523,340 annually!

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University of South Florida – Dehumidifier Heat Pipe Case

University of South Florida – Tampa, Dehumidification

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College in Maryland – Science Center, Energy Recovery

College in Maryland – Science Center, Energy Recovery

When planning a new Science Building in Maryland, this college placed a heavy emphasis on optimizing energy savings, but also mindful of first costs.  Energy recovery in the Maryland climate is a no brainer, but cross-contamination between laboratories and other zones in the building was a concern.  HPT offered the passive split energy recovery heat pipe solution, in which this system has the unique ability to transfer heat between non-adjacent air streams without the need for a pump.  Download this case study to learn more about how two large split energy recovery heat pipes (HRM-V) saved the college an estimated $70,000 annually!

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UF Pathogen Research Facility

Major Florida University – Pathogen Research Facility, Dehumidification and Energy Recovery

When designing a new pathogen research facility, engineers faced a challenging problem: creating a comfortable atmosphere by controlling humidity and temperature, and providing efficient energy recovery while preventing cross-contamination in this sensitive environment.  HPT offered two solutions for this application.  One being our split passive dehumidification heat pipe (DHP-V), which wraps around the cooling coil to provide precool/reheat with modulating controllability.  The second solution offered was our split passive energy recovery heat pipe (HRM-V) that recovers energy from exhaust to the supply, non-adjacent air stream.  Download this case study to learn more about how these two systems, saved the college an estimated $60,000 annually!

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