Since 2012, we have been working on energy saving of air conditioners, which is difficult to verify the effect, so that anyone can immediately implement it using CONTINEWM. We focus for hot countries market not only in Japan, because Southeast Asian countries always have a summer climate, and the ratio of air conditioners to electricity costs is much higher than Japan. In recent years, the unprecedented idea and achievements of "recovering wasteful electricity bills" have been highly evaluated, and the adoption by many companies including listed companies is increasing.What does it mean to recover power?
We have been wasting the electricity bill of air conditioners all the time. The cause is "air (flow path) resistance", which is caused by "positive static electricity" charged in the air conditioner. When the air conditioner is positively charged, the air flow is disturbed and the air flow does not become as designed, so the "heat exchange efficiency" decreases and extra power is consumed. Let's compare this with the fuel efficiency of a car. When driving on a highway at 100 km / h, headwinds increase air resistance and reduce fuel consumption. However, if the headwind disappears, fuel efficiency will be restored. This is the image to "recover". In the case of an air conditioner, it is always operating in a headwind, so it is important to eliminate the air flow path resistance in order to save energy. Previously judging from the energy saving results of many companies install CONTINEWM in their air conditioner, we believe that static electricity causes a power loss about 20%. In other words, purely and simply installing CONTINEWM on an existing air conditioner can eliminate the charge on the air conditioner, which makes it possible to recover about 20% of electricity and contribute to energy saving. Anyone can do it immediately without modifying the equipment and without turning off the power.
The heat exchanger (fins) and resin panel (insulator) in the air conditioner are positively charged due to the friction with the air caused by the rotation of the fan. When the air conditioner is charged, the air flow does not return to the original flow and the heat exchange efficiency decreases.
Install CONTINEWM in front of the heat exchanger (upstream side of the wind flow). In which case, CONTINEWM is always maintained at a negative potential, it suppresses the generation of positive charges and changes the air to a zero-charge state. As a result, the air conditioner is not affected by static electricity and can achieve the originally intended heat exchange efficiency.
Then, the following things occurs in the air conditioner and in the room, The air conditioner changes to operation and it does not waste electricity.
If you measure the surface potential of CONTINEWM, you can see that every part has a negative potential.
The origin of the odor is an invisible minute substance diffused in the air. It is believed that odorous substances and dirt substances float in the air because they are positively charged and repel each other in the air.
However, when the air touches the negatively charged CONTINEWM, it becomes uncharged. Therefore, there is no floating in the air, and it is difficult to feel the smell. In this way, air with reduced odor and dust spreads throughout the space, creating a naturally comfortable environment. .As long as the air conditioner is operating, “energy saving” and “comfortable environment” will continue simultaneously at the same time, so it can be called the CONTINEWM. (continuous)
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（Max. width 16.97mm、Min. width 14.7mm）
|Material||Specific Clay Mineral,
Low density polyethylene
（Manufactured at a factory in Japan of a company listed on the First Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange）
|Manufacturer & Distributor||CONTINEWM.Co.,Ltd.|
|Patent Number||Pat. No. 6486409
（Academic guidance & Joint research：Tokyo Institute of Technology, Kanagawa Institute of Technology）
|International patent application||PCT / JP2018 / 043247|
|Registration of designs||No.1597440|