EndoTherm reduces the surface tension of system water by 60% which increases heat transfer. The
increase heat transfer improves system efficiency.
The average payback is 18 months. Results vary based on cost of energy, energy demand, and system
Yes, EndoTherm has been independently verified to be safe on all materials used in traditional HVAC
Draining is not required for most systems with good water quality. It is always recommend to have balanced water treatment for peak energy efficiency.
EndoTherm can be used in any type of building including residential, institutional, commercial,
industrial, health care, military etc.
Yes, EndoTherm is non-ionic, meaning it can be used in parallel with traditional corrosion inhibitors and glycol.
Yes. EndoTherm impacts the heat transfer capability of the system water therefore will save energy in all types of hydronic boilers. High efficiency boilers specifically benefit from the colder return water found in EndoTherm treated systems.
Yes, Parafos is NSF certified safe to use in drinking water.
No, Parafos is clear, colourless, and tasteless.
Parafos contains a trace amount of sodium. Parafos® adds only a small fraction of the amount of sodium
(often less than 1%) compared to conventional ion exchange water softening.
Parafos sequesters calcium and magnesium ions, keeping minerals in suspension and eliminating
crystalline scale buildup.
Yes. Parafos forms a microscopic layer inside the piping, protecting the internal plumbing surfaces.
The Eco Program is customizable to suite your needs. This turnkey package can include the follow solutions and services:
Before starting the Eco Program the Pace team will evaluate your current water quality, energy and water consumption. The team will take a holistic approach to designing the best program to protect your system and maximize efficiency.
Yes, the program offers monthly, quarterly or annual billing options.
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