Are you experiencing frequent chiller short-cycling, inefficient cooling during peak hours, or limited cooling capacity in your data center? Thermal Energy Storage (TES) could be the answer

What Is A Thermal Energy Storage?

Thermal Energy Storage (TES) is a technology that captures excess thermal energy,  either heat or coolth, for later use. This stored energy can be harnessed for various applications, particularly in cooling and heating systems. TES benefits buildings and industrial processes with high energy demands, such as those requiring constant server room temperature control.

The Power of Buffer Tanks in TES Systems

TES systems work by capturing excess thermal energy during off-peak hours, when electricity costs are typically lower. This energy can be generated by chillers for cooling or by capturing waste heat from industrial processes.
A crucial component in this process is the buffer tank which is a giant thermal battery.

These well-insulated tanks, filled with water or a material with high thermal capacity, store the captured energy with minimal heat loss. When peak demand hits, the stored thermal energy is released from the buffer tank to meet cooling or heating needs,
reducing reliance on the grid and promoting energy efficiency.

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Benefits of Thermal Energy Storage Tanks for Chilled Water

Cost savings

By balancing energy demand and reducing reliance on peak electricity, thermal energy storage tanks for chilled water help cut down on electricity bills.

Improved chiller efficiency

Fewer chiller short-cycling events, enabled by these tanks, extend chiller lifespan and reduce maintenance costs.

Enhanced system reliability

Increased redundancy and backup cooling capacity, provided by these tanks, offer peace of mind.

Reduced air conditioning loads

Lower air conditioning load during peak hours, facilitated by these tanks, frees up utility capacity.

Green building certification

Buildings with thermal energy storage tanks qualify for green building certifications, enhancing their value.

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IDC Backup Cold Energy

According to different IDC design requirements, adding atmosphere or pressure cold energy storage device to satisfy 15 – 30 minutes cooling demand in case of power failure or equipment failure, and making sure the safety of core server and data. Or as a buffer device, the energy-storage equipment improves cooling machine sets with large capacity to satisfy operation stability of low load at early stage of IDC operation.

Ensure Uninterrupted Cooling with Reliable TES

Guarantee year-round comfort and prevent downtime with our Thermal Energy Storage solutions.