CiTC Introduces Eco-Friendly Solution For Efficient Energy Consumption
06/17/2020

Eddy Sobczewski, owner of CiTC explains how energy consumption plays a crucial role in businesses as companies face uncertainty.

Online PR News – 17-June-2020 – Australia – We are currently facing the unprecedented effects of COVID19. Businesses across different industries have been affected by this sudden setback. The disruptions in both micro and macro-economics around the world have left us thinking- Are we on the brink of a global recession?

Eddy Sobczewski, owner of CiTC explains how energy consumption plays a crucial role in businesses as companies face uncertainty.

“Every business owner knows how energy is cataclysmic for growth and in sustaining business operations. However, with the current situation, it is critical to optimize energy consumption to save as many resources as possible to reduce costs and keep energy bills from going through the roof. “

Eddy mentions that carrying out preventive measures such as regular maintenance will improve the performance of energy-consuming equipment and facilities including HVAC systems.

“In fact, up to 40 percent of the total energy consumptions in buildings are attributed to HVAC systems. If we can find a way to reduce that, we are able to save as much as 10% in energy use. “ Sobczewski adds.

When HVAC systems are not maintained properly, it runs the risk of getting clogged filters and compressor oil buildup known as oil fouling. It can be described as an accumulation of oil deposits in the coil system.

CiTC introduces MaxR100 , an intermetallic compound that is added to the compressor lubricant. It permanently bonds to metal surfaces, removing oil fouling. It can also be applied to heat pumps, refrigeration units, cooler, chillers, and automotive air conditioning units.

By providing a solution to oil fouling, companies can anticipate a dramatic reduction in their energy costs while having an HVAC system that performs efficiently.