Thermal Energy Storage enables storage of excess thermal energy that can be used later, at levels ranging from single user cottage to multi user-building to blocks to villages to cities and to more larger areas.
The way Thermal Energy Storage can be made possible is through the use of water or ice tanks, masses of soil or bedrock accessed with heat exchangers by means of boreholes, deep aquifers shallow and phase-change materials.
The Thermal Energy storage chemicals that falls under this classifications are engine care chemicals, cooling tower chemicals and surface treatment chemicals. These chemicals ensure effective storage of thermal power without going through any changes in storage capacity.

HVAC & Refrigeration

HVACnR system require heavy-duty heat transfer fluids and maintenance chemicals to maintain peak performance and safe operation.

Cooling Tower Chemicals

Cooling Towers are basically heat rejection systems whose primary work is to transfer heat to the atmosphere by cooling the water

Surface Treatment

Surface Treatment such as derusting, rust prevention, degreasing are the part of maintenance programs that are aimed to keep