When EEFIT® is used in air-conditioning systems, the electrical conductivity is instantly improved with the coolant efficiency notably enhanced as well. The installation is simple and the devices carrying EEFIT® can be attached directly to refrigerant pipes and electric power cables, or EEFIT® can induce the photons directly into the spare parts of the air-conditioning system. The principle behind this application is due to the coolant molecules being broken down into smaller molecular clusters. This increases the surface area of the coolant molecules for heat exchange under the chemical reactions. As a result, they gain higher efficiency in heat exchange and lubrication; in addition, energy loss due to electron friction is reduced.

Without EEFIT®

Larger Coolant Molecules

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With EEFIT®

Smaller Coolant Molecules

Cooling Efficiency Without EEFIT®

  • Larger coolant molecule clusters
  • Smaller surface area for heat exchange
  • Larger molecule clusters are more difficult to compress
  • More compression cycles are required to absorb the same amount of heat
  • More energy is consumed
  • Refrigerant is more viscous due to larger molecule clusters
  • Higher rate of blockage in tubes

Cooling Efficiency With EEFIT®

  • Smaller coolant molecule clusters
  • Larger surface area for heat exchange
  • Smaller molecule clusters are easier to compress
  • Less compression cycles are required to absorb the same amount of heat
  • Less energy is consumed
  • Higher lubrication effect due to smaller molecule clusters
  • Lower rate of blockage in tubes