This invention changes the compression system from metal pistons to liquid pistons. By this switch to liquid pistons we can use Impeller pumps instead of compressors. Which will lead to reduction in power consumption by %25 to %50.
Volumetric efficiency of JPS is %100 since all the gas will pass through to the last drop. While compressors have clearance of pistons deficiency which will reduce efficiency to %85.
If we only take clearance deficiency of compressors the advantage of JPS will be a cooling system %15 more efficient.
But the JPS have the advantage of using a smaller motor and the advantage of continuous pumping and continuous flow. Were pistons only pump half the cycle, So JPS has many advantages
AC uses %50 power
Two very short videos
Prototype AC save %50 power
Dewatering prototype same idea as the air-conditioner, it sucks air and water or just air or just water, and what ever it sucks it will pumps it out.
We need Two tanks only for clean water, 4 tanks for dirty water & dewatering see prototype video below
Jasim pumping system = JPS
JPS consists from 2 tanks, 1 Impeller pump, 2 four way valves, 1 sensor.
JPS will end The compressor world for ever.
Compressor uses %100 electricity.
JPS uses %50 electricity.
Any building has a cooling system can with few hours replace its compressor with a JPS and will and save %50 electricity. And get its money back within one month.
In New buildings when they use JPS in their cooling system from the start and save %50 electricity. they will get their money back of the entire cooling system within few months.
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How is JPS system different than other systems?
It is flexible, scalable, cost-effective, efficient, multi-use and easily deployable in variety of settings. One feature stands out; unlike current systems, the JPS will continue pumping regardless of the presence of bubbles or pockets of air in any part of the system.
For what purposes can it be used?
The JPS can be used for pumping gases and liquids, cooling buildings and food storage warehouses and ships carrying food or liquid methane, Gas liquefaction, and extraction of oil from abandoned or semi-depleted oil fields.
Examples of how we use the JPS?
Pumping water from rivers and ponds to homes and fields
Keeping meats, fruits and vegetables cold in large supermarket freezers and onboard food transporting ships
Cooling large residential and commercial buildingsExtracting oil from abandoned and semi-depleted oil wells
What else makes the JPS unique?
The JPS can easily be fitted into currently operating systems; its “plug and play” feature eliminates the need to install a whole new costly system or abandon the main structure of currently existing systems.
How? Provide an example?
For example, to replace the cooling system in an apartment building with the JPS we simply:
remove the compressor and install the JPS.
Why use an impeller pump instead of piston pumps?
Piston pumps have very high initial cost, consume disproportionate amount of energy, high cost breakdown maintenance, impeller pumps will eliminate all above problems.
How long does it take, for example, to fit the JPS system into the AC system of high-rise building, cooling system onboard a ship or large commercial food freezers?
The installation operation may take 3-4 hours?
Who is the target of JPS?
The JPS system is appropriate for both existing and new customers. Brand new customers can use the JPS, which can also replace current operating system in high-rise buildings, large food storage freezers and onboard ships.
Will customers save money?
The cost of purchasing and installing the JPS is 20% the cost of current commercial operating systems. Customers will see a massive 80% drop in their energy bills. Clients will recoup their investments in less than one year.
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