Attaining Sustainability Goals
The Pace Eco Program is designed to combine water treatment services and solutions for hydronic HVAC systems to make them more sustainable. This is done by extending the longevity of existing equipment and reducing energy consumption and emissions by up to 15%.
Pace Eco Program
HVAC systems in buildings account for 13% of all CO2 emissions in North America. The Pace Eco Program is a turn-key solution, making buildings more sustainable by solving all building water needs. The result is a balanced hydronic system that minimizes mechanical headaches, water usage, energy consumption, and emissions. Managers and maintenance receive full support with training and scheduled testing to ensure the performance of the HVAC system in their commercial, industrial, institutional and residential buildings.
Customized Service and Options:
- EndoTherm® (Energy Saving Additive)
- Corrosion Inhibitor
- Regular water testing
- Remote Monitoring
- Legionella Test and Water Management
- Cloud-based reporting software
- Ancillary equipment
- On-call service technician
- Staff training
How Does it Work?
Through the addition of EndoTherm® and good water quality, the system will consume up to 15% less energy on average. Balancing and monitoring corrosion inhibitors and glycol will extend equipment life by protecting the system components from corrosion, freeze protection, and fouling. Regular site visits and water testing are included to proactively ensure issues are caught and addressed immediately before causing expensive damage and downtime. Fixed and flexible billing options to help make sustainability affordable.
- Reduced utility bills and possible rebates from energy suppliers
- Lower greenhouse gas emissions
- Reduced maintenance costs
- Increased accountability
- Reduced water consumption
- Increase equipment longevity
EndoTherm® reduces the surface tension of system water by 60% in closed-loop hydronic heating and chilled systems, improving heat transfer and significantly lowering energy consumption.
Corrosion and scale inhibitors, along with filtration, prevent corrosion and maintain clean heat transfer surfaces, for optimum energy efficiency in all hydronic systems.