HTF Compact most efficient nanofluid, all hydronic systems contain a fluid as a medium to transfer heat. That fluid in most cases is water. In some cases, where freeze protection is needed, it is a water and glycol mixture. In the past, water has been the most efficient heat transfer fluid. With advances in nanotechnology, that has changed. By successfully adding nanoparticles into a transport fluid we now have a heat transfer fluid more efficient than water, and far more efficient than any glycol/water mixture.
Although water is thought to be an effective heat transfer fluid, it can cause multiple setbacks to systems such as corrosion, freezing, calcification and bacteria generation. HTF Compact helps solving these issues and it has been installed already in relevant applications. Usually, any system using glycol for freeze protection requires the oversizing of equipment by up to 20% to compensate for the decrease in heat transfer associated with glycols. HTF Compact greatly improves the heat transfer of these systems and removes the energy penalty that is correlated with any water/glycol mixture. The percentage of glycol will vary, depending on the climate zone.