Crystal Air PCM present at the InPath-TES event in Trinity College on the impact of Thermal Energy Storage systems using Phase Change Materials. The aim now is to encourage students to pursue PHD programmes in Thermal Energy Storage. Offering Technical learning modules aimed at educating students on TES systems. Mark Claffey, Mechanical Project Engineer for Crystal Air PCM presented from an Industrial prospective and provided examples of our incorporation of TES into commercial buildings for cooling.
Consider your next move in comfort and energy performance with a TES PCM solution.