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Refrigeration From Solar Hot Water

August 15, 2010

ERRA’s hydride technology converts the heat from solar hot water into chilled water for air conditioning. The metal hydride air conditioner process produces 0.8 BTU of cooling for each BTU of heat input and does not use Freon or other materials that deplete ozone or have high global warming potential.

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