Hole-In-One Enterprises PowerPoint Presentation, PPT - DocSlides

Download

  • Likes: 2
  • Views: 2
  • phoebe-click

Description

Hole-In-One Enterprises PowerPoint Presentation, PPT - DocSlides - present. Far Infrared Heating Panels. Presentation by Ron Nowakowski,. CEO, Hole-In-One Enterprises. Lorette, MB Canada. www.greendirections.ca. HIO is an independent Canadian and . International . distributor for Prestyl USA far infrared heating panels.

Download this presentation

Hole-In-One Enterprises PowerPoint Presentation, PPT - DocSlides

Click below link (As may be) to download this presentation.

Download Note - The PPT/PDF document "Hole-In-One Enterprises PowerPoint Prese..." is the property of its rightful owner. Permission is granted to download and print the materials on this web site for personal, non-commercial use only, and to display it on your personal computer provided you do not modify the materials and that you retain all copyright notices contained in the materials. By downloading content from our website, you accept the terms of this agreement.

Hole-In-One Enterprises PowerPoint Presentation, PPT - DocSlides

    Slide1

    Hole-In-One Enterprisespresent

    Far Infrared Heating Panels

    Slide2

    Presentation by Ron Nowakowski,CEO, Hole-In-One EnterprisesLorette, MB Canada

    www.greendirections.ca

    HIO is an independent Canadian and International distributor for Prestyl USA far infrared heating panelswww.greendirections.ca

    Slide3

    www.greendirections.ca

    Prestyl Corporate Profile

    Prestyl USA is a subsidiary of a US-based holding company; Prestyl was founded in 2010 as a California LLC.

    The company’s name is derived from “Prestige” and “Style” representing high-quality and modern styling

    Slide4

    www.greendirections.ca

    Prestyl is in the process of obtaining a patent for its newly designed “Constant Comfort Control” system; this is expected to revolutionize the far-infrared industry.

    Next the company will pursue a patent for its “Instant-On” far-IR heating technology; this is expected to be “the future of far-infrared”; imagine walking into a space and having the system fully active in 8 seconds.

    Slide5

    www.greendirections.ca

    Prestyl USA is a US manufacturer Prestyl develops and produces far-infrared heating products

    Slide6

    www.greendirections.ca

    Pre-Prestyl solutions….

    When modern heating systems fail to perform and people get cold they resort to using dangerous and highly inefficient supplemental heating units.

    Slide7

    www.greendirections.ca

    Space heaters (which can be found in many offices in both summer and winter) are used to either supplement a problematic heating system, or to “balance” AC systems.

    No matter how much the power, hot air rises and feet and legs will remain cold.

    At 1500 to 2500 Watts each, space heaters are “energy hogs” and may consume more energy than the entire building’s HVAC system.

    Slide8

    www.greendirections.ca

    Prestyl’s solution

    Prestyl’s solution is a 100-275* Watt far-infrared under desk unit that is both efficient and therapeutic; it warms the legs and feet as well as the floor below the desk or work-station.

    * 100 – 268 Watts with optional PWM intensity controller (80-200 degrees F surface temperature) or 275 Watts self-regulating to 205 degrees Fahrenheit without controller.

    Slide9

    www.greendirections.ca

    Whole building or supplemental

    Prestyl’s heaters may be used to

    Heat an entire building

    Heat a remote room or new addition

    Replace sections of broken hydronic (water-or other liquid-based) systems

    Increase the comfort in any room

    Slide10

    www.greendirections.ca

    Fixing a difficult to repair in-floor “Hydronic” System or an under-performing Geo-thermal system can be done easily by installing “plug and play” printed artworks connected to line-voltage thermostats, or …. by installing the panels as part of the existing system with relays/contactors and fixed or wireless low-voltage thermostats.

    Additional solutions (Prestyl’s under laminate and “behind the plasterboard” in ceiling) are being submitted for approval by UL. (Spring 2014 release)

    Slide11

    Replacing dangerous but commonly-used systems

    The high-temperature open-element heater is still used in many places, yet it causes several serious health problems; these heaters operate in the visible or “near-infrared” part of the spectrum.

    Slide12

    www.greendirections.ca

    Visible, or “near” infrared operates at wavelengths which are known to cause a number of serious eye ailments.

    Near IR heaters also cause skin and tissue damage if exposed for longer periods of time (sub-surface burns).

    Exposed element heaters operate in the dangerous 2,000 to 4,000 nm wavelength and because these also heat the air molecules, use more energy than Prestyl’s panels, which operate at 7,500-10,000 nm (the healthy part of the infrared spectrum).

    Slide13

    www.greendirections.ca

    Near infrared can be used for outdoor applications since it operates at high power levels and since people are only exposed to its waves for a limited time; but indoors it should not be used because it is a health hazards.

    Near infrared waves collide with the air molecules - - this translates into a large portion of the energy being converted to convection with its associated losses.

    Slide14

    www.greendirections.ca

    Purpose-specific solutions

    Storing heat energy during “off-peak” hours and using it (with the power switched off) during the peak demand.Using most of the energy when rates are low (night) and switching off the power until needed during the work day.The first “dust-free” operating room systems have been built and commissioned with Prestyl’s heaters and specially designed hospital regulators. These are integrated into the Operating Room’s control system. The use of IR allows for cooling the patients and keeping the doctors and nurses comfortable.

    Peak-shifting

    Dual-fuel rate

    Operating and Clean-rooms

    Slide15

    www.greendirections.ca

    Purpose-specific solutions

    IncubatorsHospital bathroom systemsEmergency rooms

    Prestyl has several unique projects under development; one of these is an “instant-on” heater that is regulated to +/- 1 degree C.

    Using the same technology as for the incubators, these panels will operate at a “base temperature” keeping the tile and bathroom fixtures warm. When the occupancy sensor is tripped the panel’s temperature, and hence the intensity will increase. (Pre-production “qualification units” are being tested by several hospitals in Belgium and Holland).

    Various emergency room developments are in the works

    Slide16

    www.greendirections.ca

    Purpose-specific solutions

    Prestyl has developed a 130 Watt 1 x 3’ in-line heating module that delivers 20% of its heat energy to the seating surface and 80% to the floor and feet region. In many churches and arenas that either have no heating or have convection heating, adding far-IR to the benches is the only way to create a comfortable environment.This product is now in limited production; modules are connected in a daisy-chain fashion to allow for a single feed point for each string of heaters.

    Church or stadium bench heaters

    Slide17

    www.greendirections.ca

    Prestyl’s Far-infrared is one of the most efficient heat sources available today; it rivals and in very cold winters, exceeds the performance of the best heat-pump or geothermal systems.

    Efficiency

    Slide18

    www.greendirections.ca

    Environmentally responsible

    HIO/Prestyl’s heaters are constructed from pure, 100% recyclable high-quality aluminum rolls.

    In total, 99% of the panels is recyclable.12 to 50% lower energy consumption than traditional heating technologies. (savings depend on building type and installation)

    Slide19

    www.greendirections.ca

    Reliability and Quality

    With eighteen years of development and OEM deployment in harsh operating environments, it is safe to say that Prestyl’s thin-film technology with a life expectancy of possibly 50 years or more is among the world’s most dependable products available.

    Slide20

    Health Benefits of Prestyl Far-Infrared Heat

    www.greendirections.ca

    ·         American Medical Association testing shows that FIR strengthen the body’s resistance to infectious disease by increasing lymphocytes, which reduce frequency of respiratory infections.·        American Medical Association testing shows that FIR increase oxygen capacity in your blood.

    ·

           

    American Medical Association

    testing shows that FIR warms and stimulates body tissue — this; improves circulation, reduces swelling and inflammation, and stimulates increase in new blood cells, which acts as an energy booster on the body and eliminates body toxins quicker.

    Slide21

    Health Benefits (cont’d)

    www.greendirections.ca

    ·

           

    American Medical Association

    testing shows that FIR increase your body’s tolerance to stress.

    ·

           

    American Medical Association

    testing shows that Far Infrared Rays are anti–aging. FIR stimulate cell tissue growth by regeneration of skin tissue and blood cells lost to aging. They also speed up cellular metabolism by stimulating mitochondria an enzyme activity.

    ·

           

    American Medical Association

    testing shows that FIR cell stimulation also increases bone growth and strength.

    ·

           

    American Medical Association

    testing shows that FIR increase your body’s melatonin (helps with sleeping, aging and reproduction), cortisone (naturally occurring steroid in body) and testosterone (growth hormone occurring naturally in all humans).

    Slide22

    www.greendirections.ca

    Some of the highlights…

    Eliminate duct or piping losses

    Eliminate convection losses

    Eliminate dust and pollen circulation

    Eliminate “hot head cold feet” syndrome

    Quickly recover comfort after doors have been opened and room air has escaped

    Save energy by implementing efficient and healthy “point of use” heating

    Slide23

    www.greendirections.ca

    How does infrared work?

    A small portion of the sun’s spectrum is healthy infrared heat. After the sun goes down, objects that were exposed to the sun’s infrared warmth, especially stone and concrete, will continue to emit the infrared heat that was absorbed and stored, during the sun’s exposure, for many hours.

    Slide24

    www.greendirections.ca

    Why is Prestyl so special?

    The core of our heating technology is a unique proprietary alloy that features heating characteristics not found in any competitor’s product.

    Slide25

    www.greendirections.ca

    Just as it is with the sun, Prestyl heats the objects and people in a space, not the air.

    Prestyl’s soothing far-infrared waves heat the floor, walls, furniture, etc. Heat energy can be stored at night (when the rates are low) and “returned” during the day providing for energy savings of 15 to up to 50% or more.

    How do we do it?

    Slide26

    www.greendirections.ca

    Modern high-efficiency forced-air heater with auto ignition, insulated plenum and insulated ducting

    Older forced-air heater with standing pilot and minimally insulated plenum and ducting

    Ceiling-mounted Hole-In-One far-Infrared heater

    Wall-mounted Hole-In-One far-infrared heater

    Performance Comparisons

    Slide27

    www.greendirections.ca

    Performance Comparisons

    Unit efficiency up to 97%

    Unit efficiency up to 78%

    Unit efficiency 100%

    Unit efficiency 100%

    Fan efficiency up to 93%

    Net efficiency (unit only)

    90%

    Fan efficiency up to 90%

    Net efficiency (unit only)

    70%

    Fan efficiency not applicable

    Net efficiency (unit only)

    100%

    Fan efficiency not applicable

    Net efficiency (unit only)

    100%

    Slide28

    www.greendirections.ca

    Performance (Continued)

    Duct losses

    18%

    Convection losses and warm air escaping though open doors

    35%

    Dynamic system efficiency (energy converted to heat):48.08%

    Net 70%

    Duct losses22%Convection losses and warm air escaping though open doors35%Dynamic system efficiency (energy converted to heat):35.59%

    Conductive losses 15%Convection losses and warm air escaping though open doors5%Dynamic system efficiency (energy converted to heat):80.00%

    Conductive losses15%Convection losses and warm air escaping though open doors25%Dynamic system efficiency (energy converted to heat):60.00%

    Net 90%

    Net 100%

    Net 100%

    Slide29

    www.greendirections.ca

    Performance (Continued)

    Dynamic Net

    48.08%

    Dynamic Net

    35.59%

    Dynamic Net

    80.00%

    Dynamic Net

    60.00%

    Ceiling mounted FIR heating panelsCompared with high-efficiency forced air units, Prestyl panels typically have a 31.98% energy conversion advantage; compared with older units the typical advantage is 44.41%. With uninsulated ductwork the conversion advantages can reach well over 50%

    Wall mounted FIR heating panels

    Compared with high-efficiency forced air units Prestyl panels typically have a

    11.98%

    energy conversion advantage; compared with older units the typical advantage is

    24.41%.

    With uninsulated ductwork the conversion advantages can reach well over

    30%

    Slide30

    www.greendirections.ca

    Conclusion of general information…

    Next… Product details and technical info…

    Slide31

    www.greendirections.ca

    Infrared Panel

    Exploded View

    Slide32

    www.greendirections.ca

    Product details

    HIO/Prestyl offer its far-infrared heating panels as printed artworks (both standard and custom prints) as well as ceiling-mountable white, black or custom colored architectural units.

    The standard is 120 plug-in or 240, 208, and 277 Volt hard-wired units.

    Slide33

    www.greendirections.ca

    Slide34

    www.greendirections.ca

    Product details

    Standard dimensions are 2’ x 2 ‘ and 2’ x 4’ (both are designed so they will fit into standard suspended ceiling grids).

    A larger surface-mounted or chain-suspended 42” x 42” unit is also available.

    Slide35

    www.greendirections.ca

    Far infrared heating panels can be mounted on walls, on ceilings, in suspended ceilings, or hung from chains.

    Slide36

    www.greendirections.ca

    Typical Installation (single units)

    Single panels may be wall or ceiling mounted and plugged-in when heating is needed.Alternately, a switched outlet or … (if temperature control is required), a line-voltage thermostat may be used.Line-voltage thermostats can be a separate plug-in units or these can be located in a wall-switch box . (please contact your dealer, electrician or HIO for details)

    Slide37

    www.greendirections.ca

    One-person “on-ceiling” Installation

    With the optional “S”- hooks, ceiling (surface-mount) installations require just one person; this represents a 50% panel installation labor cost reduction.

    Rather than using a helper, the “S”-hooks suspend the panel while the electrical connection is made.

    To release the hooks lift and shake the panel until these will fall to the floor

    Slide38

    www.greendirections.ca

    “On-ceiling” Installation

    Insert the flat (longer) lip of the bracket first.Lift the panel towards the ceiling and slide it to the left to engage the right-hand side of the bracketLower the panel so it will rest on the bracket, push the panel slightly to the right and close the latches (use a flat-blade screwdriver or other suitable tool if needed).

    Slide39

    www.greendirections.ca

    Typical Installation (suspended ceiling)

    Depending on local codes, panels in a multi - panel system may be plugged into thermostatically controlled outlets, or can be hardwired.

    Note:

    Some local codes require optional flex conduit, if this is the case, panels must be ordered with the “Flex-conduit option”.

    Slide40

    www.greendirections.ca

    Commercial installation

    Slide41

    www.greendirections.ca

    Typical Wiring (primary heating system)

    Zone 1Consisting of…One thermostat, Two 20A relays, and X-number of panels up to 3850*Watts of total installed power per relay/breaker

    Zone 2Consisting of…… One thermostat, One 20A relay, and Panels up to 3850* Watts total

    1- Breaker box; 2- Power supply; 3- Thermostat; 4- (hybrid) relay; 5- IR heating panels

    Note:* All power references are for a 240 Volt system; 3330 Watts for a 208 Volt system, and 4430 Watts for a 277 Volt system

    123

    4 5

    Slide42

    PWM Thermostat

    (primary heating system)

    Controlled Comfort

    Wiring options;

    electricians vs. HVAC installers

    1-Rc Red Cooling not used for IR

    2-Rh/R Prestyl minus 24VDC (red HCAC, or black electrician)3-Y1 Yellow cooling only, not used for IR4-N/C No Connection5-W White, use only for non-PWR controlled, or “full-power” heaters6-G Green, not used for IR7-W2 Grey (or other available color) PWM controlled heating panel8-Y2 Prestyl Plus 24 VDC (orange HVAC, or red electrician)

    Neutral EU or phase 2 (208/240V) Neutral 120 & 277 Volts*Phase EU, or Phase 1 (208/240V) Phase 120 & 277 Volts*Earth (ground) EU Ground US/Canada* note: use suitable power supply and SSRs for 277 Volt systems; many multi-voltage components are only rated to 240 or 260 VAC.

    HVAC TH colorsElectrician’s colors

    100-240 VAC power supply

    20-28VDC

    HVAC colors

    Electr. Colors

    10A

    10A

    10A 10A 10-100A+ (various sizes)

    SSR (Solid State Relay)

    Left side: Full-power, thermostat-controlled Right side Thermostat & PWM (intensity) controlled

    Neutral (or phase 2)Phase (or phase 1)

    Neutral (or phase 2)Phase (or phase 1)Earth/ground

    www.greendirections.ca

    Slide43

    www.greendirections.ca

    PWM Thermostat (heating panel wiring)

    Panel power wiring coming in from SSR Relays on previous slide

    The left side is controlled by the The right side is controlled by both the normal thermostat function thermostat and built-in PWM module

    One or more IR panels per relay/zone

    One or more IR panels per relay/zone

    Controlled Comfort

    Slide44

    Sizes and Specifications

    Nominal Voltage Power Max. cold

    Size Hertz (Watts) current (A)

    12” x 36” N. Am. 230/240-50/60 133 0.65/0.7300 x 900 mm 12” x 72” N. Am. 230/240-50/60 266 1.3/1.4300 x 1800 mm20” x 20” N. Am. 115/120-50/60 275 2.4/2.6500 x 500 mm 200/208-50/60 275 1.5/1.6 230/240-50/60 275 1.2/1.324” x 24” N. Am. 115/120-50/60 400 4.3/4.5600 x 600 mm 200/208-50/60 400 2.4/2.6 230/240-50/60 400 2.2/2.3 277-50/60 400 2.0

    www.greendirections.ca

    Slide45

    www.greendirections.ca

    Sizes and Specifications

    Nominal Voltage Power Max. cold

    Size* Hertz (Watts) current (A)

    24” x 48” N. Am. 115/120-50/60 750 8.1/8.4

    600 x 1200 mm 200/208-50/60 750 4.6/4.8

    230/240-50/60 750 4.0/4.2

    277-50/60 750 3.7

    42” x 42” N. Am. 115/120-50/60 1100 12.1/12.4

    1050 x 1050 mm 200/208-50/60 1100 6.9/7.1

    230/240-50/60 1100 6.0/6.2

    277-50/60 1100 5.4

    100 and 200 Volt available for the Japanese market (special order)

    Slide46

    www.greendirections.ca

    Certifications

    At Prestyl we take agency compliance seriously; though many of our competitors claim to have certain certifications and listings, they are not able to produce evidence that they do. In fact many of the far-infrared products on the market today have never been tested for safety by a reputable laboratory or agency.

    Slide47

    www.greendirections.ca

    Certifications

    All panels are ETL listed and approved for residential and commercial applications.

    Conforms to UL STD 1278;

    Certified to CSA STD C22.2 No. 46

    Export panels comply with most international certifications, including GS, KEMA, NF, CE, etc.

    Slide48

    www.greendirections.ca

    Approvals and Certifications

    Prestyl’s products have been tested and have surpassed some of the world’s most stringent performance and safety standards.

    International Electrotechnical Commission

    Worldwide System for Conformity Testing and Certification of Electrotechnical Equipment and Components (IECEE)

    Slide49

    www.greendirections.ca

    Approvals and Certifications (continued)

    Prestyl has both an Intertek ETL “C” and ETL “US” listing; the product was tested by Intertek to meet Canadian and US safety standards and that the units surpass the requirements of both CSA (Canadian) and UL (Underwriters Laboratories) standards; these conform to UL Standard 1278 and are certified to CSA Standard C22.2 No. 46

    Slide50

    www.greendirections.ca

    Approvals and Certifications (continued)

    GS (Gefrűfte Sicherheit); translated “Proven Safety”, is perhaps the most coveted German approval obtainable.Prestyl’s products have passed the requirements and versions specifically designed for GS dominated markets are readily available.

    Slide51

    www.greendirections.ca

    Approvals and Certifications (continued)

    KEMA, which stands for “Keuring (testing) of Electro technical Materials Arnhem”, was originally a Netherlands only approval; it is now a widely accepted approval in many countries. Prestyl meets or exceeds all of KEMA’s requirements.

    Slide52

    www.greendirections.ca

    Approvals and Certifications (continued)

    NF (Norme Française); Prestyl’s film originates in France and the company is one of the few companies worldwide that meet or exceed the NF standards.

    Slide53

    www.greendirections.ca

    Approvals and Certifications (continued)

    Is French for «Conformité Européenne » “European Conformity”, indicates that our product conforms to the norms of the European Economic Area; since 1993 it has been a mandatory conformity mark for products placed on the market in the EEA.

    Slide54

    www.greendirections.ca

    Approvals and Certifications (continued)

    CB Certificate: Besides the country-specific approvals, Prestyl holds a worldwide recognized CB Certificate; a CB Certificate means that Prestyl’s units have passed the requirements and standards of the “International Electrotechnical Commission”and …

    CB

    Slide55

    www.greendirections.ca

    ...the “Worldwide System for Conformity Testing and Certification of Electrotechnical Equipment and Components” (IECEE). The CB certificate may be used in lieu of local approvals or can simply be converted to local approvals in countries that require their own approvals.

    Approvals and Certifications (continued)

    Slide56

    www.greendirections.ca

    CB Certificate Number: IEC60335-2-30-GReport number: 2147445.50AClass I C

    Approvals and Certifications (continued)

    Slide57

    www.greendirections.ca

    Availability (Solid colors)

    Standard white panels all sizes

    120 Volts Stock to 2 weeks 240 Volts Stock to 2 weeks

    208 Volts Special Order* 277 Volts Special Order*

    Standard black panels all sizes

    120 Volts Stock to 2 weeks 240 Volts Stock to 2 weeks

    208 Volts Stock to 6 weeks 277 Volts Special Order*

    Custom colors all sizes

    120 Volts 2-6 weeks 240 Volts 2-6 weeks

    208 Volts Special Order** 277 Volts Special Order**

    Notes:

    * 208 Volts and 277 Volts may take 2-4 weeks

    **208 Volts and 277 Volts may take 2-6 weeks

    Slide58

    www.greendirections.ca

    Availability (Decorative)

    Standard “stock” prints, all sizes120 Volts Stock to 2 weeks 240 Volts Stock to 2 weeks208 Volts Stock to 6 weeks 277 Volts Special Order*Additional choices, all sizes 120 Volts 1 to 4 weeks 240 Volts 1 to 4 weeks208 Volts 1 to 6 weeks 277 Volts Special Order*Customer supplied files120 Volts 2-6 weeks 240 Volts 1 to 6 weeks208 Volts 1 to 6 weeks 277 Volts Special Order*

    Note: *277 Volts may take 2-6 weeks

    Slide59

    www.greendirections.ca

    Availability of Accessories

    Hole-In-One offers a fee-based cost+ “purchasing service” to help customers acquire the appropriate thermostats.This is a courtesy service only; Hole-In-One does not warrant (or assume any liabilities for) third-party products.

    Slide60

    www.greendirections.ca

    Building requirements

    Like any other technology, Far-infrared (regardless of manufacturer) is limited by the laws of nature/physics

    A building must be reasonably weather-tight and preferably insulated

    The most important consideration is the floor. The floor must be well insulated, especially around the perimeter.

    If the concrete is wet, the area of the building with the wet floor will not warm up until the moisture has evaporated.

    If a building “stands in water” infrared will not work!

    Slide61

    www.greendirections.ca

    Building requirements (continued)

    If an office shares a slab floor with an unheated warehouse, conduction to the unheated space will require more panels than calculated. (an insulated sub-floor in the office will solve this problem.)

    Buildings with old steel or aluminum single pane windows conduct heat to the outside world; unless properly sealed storm windows are installed, this building will require more panels than calculated

    Never install fewer panels than calculated. More is better, fewer panels means higher operating costs and cold people!

    Slide62

    www.greendirections.ca

    Highlights

    Comfortable

    (soothing warmth all over)

    No dust or pollen circulation

    (does not move the air)

    Prevents mold

    (floors walls and ceilings warmer than the air)

    Improves ability to learn/higher productivity

    (documented lower absenteeism, no noise pollution, no hot head cold feet syndrome, just a more comfortable environment)

    Saves energy

    (typical saving 20-50% or more)

    Environmentally responsible

    (almost 100% recyclable)

    Can be powered by

    renewables

    (lower or no carbon emissions)

    Slide63

    www.greendirections.ca

    Thank You

    Please contact:Ron NowakowskiHole-In-One EnterprisesEmail: holein1@mts.netPhone: 204-878-9126 or1-888 878-9493 (Canada or U.S.)Website: www.greendirections.ca

Report this Document.

  • Creating Content

    Creating Content

    725-views
  • Clipper: A Low Latency Online Prediction Serving System

    Clipper: A Low Latency Online Prediction Serving System

    695-views
  • Claims, Evidence, and Warrants

    Claims, Evidence, and Warrants

    605-views
  • You Can Choose Engineered Timber Flooring In Melbourne

    You Can Choose Engineered Timber Flooring In Melbourne

    781-views
  • Gaucho Round-Up

    Gaucho Round-Up

    735-views
  • SCADA in electrical power delivery

    SCADA in electrical power delivery

    754-views
  • A Century of Turmoil

    A Century of Turmoil

    724-views
  • Theories of evolution

    Theories of evolution

    786-views
  • Drones Collecting Cell Phone Data in

    Drones Collecting Cell Phone Data in

    777-views
  • Fossil Collecting:

    Fossil Collecting:

    745-views