The THEAC-25, developed by SoundEnergy, functions as a central cooling unit in your cooling application.
Its core function is converting heat into cold via thermoacoustic technology. Feeding heat input into one side of the THEAC-25 results in a 25 kW – 40 kW cold output, enabling the production of cold air or cold water. The cold output of SoundEnergy's technology can reach temperatures as low as -25 °C.
Traditional air conditioning systems use chemical fluids that are highly damaging to the environment. The THEAC-25 is built with sophisticated technology and does not use any chemicals.
The working gas in the THEAC-25 is Argon, which is the third most abundant gas in our atmosphere. Most importantly, Argon has zero global warming potential (GWP=0).
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