BROAD Air Conditioning Systems
Natural Gas / Diesel Oil / Waste Oil / Waste Heat Air Conditioning Systems
Air conditioning accounts for over 60% of the energy consumed by buildings. Energy Dynamics Ltd (EDL) designs, installs and maintains state-of-the-art natural gas/diesel oil / waste oil / waste heat fired absorption air conditioning systems. We do this, using equipment supplied by BROAD Air Conditioning Co. Ltd. This equipment consumes 80% less electrical energy than standard electrical systems. Gas combustion is highly efficient. In addition, BROAD’s unique systems can simultaneously provide free hot water for domestic or pool heating applications.
These non-electric air conditioning systems can reduce investment in and dependency on, power stations around the region, thereby initiating huge savings in the costs of electrical energy to consumers.
1. BROAD Comfort Technology (BCT)
- Low energy cost / electricity savings / decrease in monthly expenditure
- Space efficient /saving investment
- Environmentally friendly
- Energy efficient
- Convenience - whole package available from one source
- International certification
- Aesthetic advantage / low noise
2. BROAD Outdoor Package Air Conditioning
Includes central air conditioning main unit, preassembled machine room and terminal facilities.
3. BROAD X IFA
BROAD X IFA Chiller system powered by alternative energy sources including solar energy, exhaust from generator or industrial waste streams, hot water etc.
4. BROAD X IFA Chiller
BROAD’s standard chiller system (cooling and heating functions) powered by natural gas, bio gas, diesel, waste oil and waste heat.
One Woodbrook Place (Trinidad) - 2 @ 1,300 tons
The Crane ( Barbados) - 1 @ 250 tons
NGC Warehouse (Trinidad) - 2 @ 100 tons
Accra Beach Resort (Barbados) - 3 @ 66 tons
Westshore Medical (Trinidad) - 3 @66 tons
Combined Cooling Heating & Power (CCHP)
CCHP utilizes waste heat from engine generators or gas turbines to fuel an absorption chiller which will provide cold water for cooling buildings and hot water for domestic use (hotels). The normal efficiency of an engine generator is 36%. However, using the CCHP system makes the overall efficient use of input fuel over 80%. This is a saving of 44% energy. Ideal uses: hotels and cities that require power, cooling and hot water.