GWS Energyâ€™s mission is to reduce global energy consumption, through innovative green energy saving technologies. These technologies will help reduce the planetâ€™s carbon footprint while at the same time significantly reducing our ozone depletion and global warming potential.
Our long term vision is to continually be at the forefront of the development and implementation of energy saving products.
Priority CoolÂ® refrigerants are a direct replacement for many refrigerants currently used in refrigeration and air conditioning systems such as R-22, R-502, R-12 and R-134a. These all-natural drop-in refrigerants lower system pressure, increase equipment life, and decrease energy costs. Priority CoolÂ® refrigerants are environmentally sustainable and in accordance with international standards for reducing ozone-depleting substances.
Priority CoolÂ® refrigerants are a technologically superior blend of naturally occurring gases that outperform traditional refrigerants by lowering the evaporator temperature, which shortens the cooling cycle in the refrigeration process, satisfies VAV zones sooner and reduces fan energy. Test results have also proven that Priority CoolÂ® refrigerants remove up to 25% more moisture from the air than conventional refrigerants. Hydrocarbon refrigerants have been widely used throughout Europe, Asia, Australia and many other countries. Many nations are applying the use hydrocarbons in order to eliminate Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) and Hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) that have been proven to have an adverse effect on our ozone and environment. Our hydrocarbon refrigerants are made in the USA and distributed Internationally.
HTF Compact Nano ThermoÂ® Fluids embodies the revolutionary implementation of nanotechnology into heat transfer fluids. HTF Compact has been specifically engineered for use in the HVAC/R industry as a superior performance based fluid with the potential to greatly increase the heating and cooling capacity of the equipment being utilized.
All hydronic systems contain a fluid as a medium to transfer heat. That fluid in most cases is water and in some cases, where freeze protection is needed, it is a water and glycol mixture. Until now water has been the most efficient heat transfer fluid. With advances in nanotechnology, that has changed. By successfully adding nanoparticles into a transport fluid we now have a heat transfer fluid more efficient than water, and far more efficient than any glycol/water mixture whether it is Ethylene (EG) or Propylene (PG) glycol.
It has long been known that any system using glycol for freeze protection requires the oversizing of equipment by up to 20 percent to compensate for the decrease in heat transfer associated with glycols. HTF Compact greatly improves the heat transfer of these systems and removes the energy penalty that accompanies any water/glycol mixture.