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    IceCold Catalyst...



    any feedback on the Icecold Cataltyst? thanks!



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    Re: IceCold Catalyst...

    Nope, not from me.
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    Re: IceCold Catalyst...

    If I use the Ice Cold Catalyst and the Expert based Refrigeration Control I was offered today, along with an Endocube, I can get as much as 112% Efficency!

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    Re: IceCold Catalyst...

    why, any bad feedback. we are planning to apply the icecold to our 10 yrs old daikin VRV type aircon.

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    Re: IceCold Catalyst...

    Quote Originally Posted by NH3LVR View Post
    If I use the Ice Cold Catalyst and the Expert based Refrigeration Control I was offered today, along with an Endocube, I can get as much as 112% Efficency!
    This is clear snake oil. A lot of parties who tell us that it is good stuff. No calculation of energy savings.
    I never heard about Expert based Refrigeration Control. Do they have website?

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    Re: IceCold Catalyst...

    what is ice cold catalyst? same with cool pack?

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    Re: IceCold Catalyst...

    http://www.icecold2.com/

    you can check their website...

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    Re: IceCold Catalyst...

    pro's and con's?

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    Re: IceCold Catalyst...

    a second catalyst that reacts with the refrigerant and causes it to evaporate at a lower temperature

    Can anyone shed light on this statement?
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    Re: IceCold Catalyst...

    There is a mass of information on this and similar products in the manufacturer's home country the US of A.

    They seem to have a different meaning to the word catalyst when relating to these products. You don't actually get a chemical change it's just 'that something happens', in this case the oil doesn't stick to the pipe walls, that's all.
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    Re: IceCold Catalyst...

    Quote Originally Posted by Segei View Post
    This is clear snake oil. A lot of parties who tell us that it is good stuff. No calculation of energy savings.
    I never heard about Expert based Refrigeration Control. Do they have website?
    Their website is http://www.neconservers.com/.
    Actually in some cases their system would be worthwhile.
    in others not so much.

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    Re: IceCold Catalyst...

    Quote Originally Posted by NH3LVR View Post
    Their website is http://www.neconservers.com/.
    Actually in some cases their system would be worthwhile.
    in others not so much.
    I found very limited benefits of this system. It can be use for monitoring of domestic and commercial refrigeration. I didn't find any energy saving feature, but they claim up to 45% savings.???

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    Re: IceCold Catalyst...

    Quote Originally Posted by frank View Post

    Can anyone shed light on this statement?
    This is the sign of snake oil. If people claim something that can't be checked, this is snake oil.

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    Re: IceCold Catalyst...

    I'm not sure what Ice cold catalyst is but my friend say it's something about reducing energy usage. Well yeah, most refrigerators today develops new technologies to save energy use, they are just using different names. lol

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    Re: IceCold Catalyst...

    I agree with you Roxan. All the same purpose just different names. I just wish they create something new! But the A+ for the efforts in saving energy consumption.

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