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LPA Case Studies

Energy Saving with Liquid Pressure Amplification in a Dairy Plant

The Dairy sector is one of the major refrigeration energy users in the food industry. Significant energy and financial savings can be achieved by adopting new refrigeration technologies and practices. One such technology which has been available on the market for direct expansion evaporator vapour compression systems for a number of years but has not as yet found wide application is Liquid Pressure Amplification (LPA).

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Novozymes Biopharma Case Study LPA Liquid Pressure Amplification

Novozymes Biopharma UK, a world leader in biotechnology, recently installed LPA® pumps on their factory process and comfort cooling systems and have made significant energy savings as a result. Chilled water systems operating with LPA® pumps installed have seen energy savings of 33% during their first year of operation and are comfortably on target to […]

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Poultry Farm Case Study, LPA® Energy Savings

A poultry processing company in the UK has seen it’s energy consumption fall by nearly 38% since installing LPA® pumps to their chicken cooling equipment in 2009. As part of the programme, LPA® pumps were designed into the refrigeration system at the site in the United Kingdom. This has led to much needed increases in […]

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Euro Foods Saves £26,400.00 ($42,500.00) per year with LPA pumps

Established in 1991, Euro Foods Group processes, imports, exports and distributes frozen sea food, meat, poultry, vegetables and herbs supplying an extensive range of top quality Asian foods to caterers,wholesalers and supermarkets.

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Don’t miss out on Energia’s free grants, LPA

All you Irish folk, Energia, one of the largest utility suppliers in Ireland is offering free grants to companies who install LPA® (Liquid Pressure Amplifiers) for commercial premises. In addition, there is a 20% cost reduction token available to off set against the capital cost, so take control, use energy responsibly!

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Master Class, About Liquid Pressure Amplification

The application of LPA (Liquid Pressure Amplification) to a refrigeration or air condition system provides the means by which a considerable reduction in condensing pressures can be permitted.

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Dairy Farm Case Study, Liquid Pressure Amplification

A Dairy processing company in Ireland has recently won an award for Energy Efficiency at the NIEA Sustainable Ireland Awards following a 14 month programme of upgrades to their utility equipment.As part of the programme, Hy-Save LiquidPressure Amplification (LPA®) pumps were designedinto the refrigeration system at the site in Northern Ireland.

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Tesco Supermarket Case Study, Liquid Pressure Amplification

UK based supermarket retail giant Tesco has lead by example in recent years when it comes to saving energy and reducing CO2 emissions from their retail stores. In the period from 2000 to 2009 Tesco UK Carbon Dioxide emissions per ft2 of floor space have halved.*

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Sustainable Energy in Ireland – Liquid Pressure Amplification

Big energy savings are simple to achieve. You can make considerable energy savings in many refrigeration systems by reducing the temperature lift. Temperature lift is the difference between the evaporating temperature and the condensing temperature of the refrigerant. These savings are often possible at little or no cost, simply by adjusting the evaporator temperature upwards and/or reducing the condenser temperature.

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Case Study Energy Efficiency -Liquid Pressure Amplification

A Norlake Walk-in-Freezer used for the storage of serum at the J Hillis Miller Health Centre, University of Florida, Gaineville,Florida had to maintain a temperature -30 ºC with a maximum temperature of – 20 ºC . The two chillers operating on R502 dump the extracted heat into the main chilled water circuit (8 ºC ). […]

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Case Study, Bristol University, Liquid Pressure Amplification

Bristol University’s energy consumption for cooling has been rising – to the point where, in 2006, its summer peak electrical load matched that of mid winter. To reverse this trend, the University has devised more energy efficient methods of supplying chilled water, and policies to control air conditioning.

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