Paul McLaine

18-Oct-2018, 10:30 - 11:00AM

 
Session: New Energy Savings Technologies

Track L | Emerging Energy Trends


Next Generation Side-Stream Mirco-Particle Removal in Fluids

Paul McLaine
President
ElectroCell Systems




Abstract:

The focal point of this presentation will be introducing ElectroCell’s next generation technology.Over the past 20 years ElectroCell has been designing, manufacturing and servicing side-stream particle precipitators for the expressed purpose of increasing thermo exchange efficiency in chillers and cooling towers. This technology can also be applied to boiler systems.ElectroCell has perfected a system that performs a continuous micro-cleaning of open and closed loops, thereby increasing chiller efficiency and decreasing operating cost.Systems have been installed in pharmaceuticals, data centers, healthcare, office buildings and manufacturing facilities.The overall positive effect of ElectroCell’s system is reduced energy, reduced make-up water, reduced carbon footprint, reduced maintenance, increased equipment life cycles and enhanced chemical program efficiency.ElectroCell’s technology will remove 98-99% of all suspended solids in an open loop down to 1 micron and, at the same time, manage dissolved solids.The end result is increased thermo transfer so that equipment can run at or below design specifications. ElectroCell currently holds four patents on their particle precipitator systems, the latest patent being received in 2017.

 

 

Biography:

Paul Q. McLaine, “Himself”, has been the owner and operator of PQ Energy Controls, Inc. since 1976.PQ Energy Controls designs, installs and services building automation systems in large office buildings, educational campuses and industrial facilities.In 1997 Paul founded ELECTROchem Water Systems, the predecessor to the current ElectroCell Systems, to offer water quality improvement to pharmaceutical facilities.He has dedicated most of his time to perfecting the ElectroCell system and addressing and further improving chiller efficiencies in open and closed loop HVAC systems.Paul holds four U.S. patents on his ElectroCell product.The past two years he has developed a Distributor network and marketed the ElectroCell System nationally.ElectroCell’s goal is to conduct a presentation in every major U.S. city by 2020, with the end goal of reducing the environmental carbon footprint throughout the United States.

 


 


 

Track: L Emerging Energy Trends | Session: New Energy Savings Technologies

 

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