HEDS 8(a) CONTRACTING TEAM
High Efficiency Dehumidification System
Winner of the 2022 Department of Energy FEMP Award
NWS Seal Beach - Seal Beach, CA
Winner 2016 Department of Energy FEMP JUMP Nationwide Energy Efficiency Competition
Winner 2014 Department of Defense ESTCP Global Energy Efficiency Competition
40% to over 60% chiller plant and boiler plant energy consumption reductions related to the dehumidification process.
Conservant System’s High Efficiency Dehumidification System (HEDS) is currently reducing dehumidification related chiller plant and boiler plant energy consumption by 40% to over 60% while reducing or eliminating biological growth and the associated health, wellness, productivity and hazmat remediation expenses. For retrofits or new construction no other technology compares in efficiency, simplicity, reliability and sustainability.
MOST RECENT INSTALL
NWS Seal Beach, CA
CONUS & OCONUS
HEDS SELF FUNDING SOLUTION
A HEDS system will begin paying back its investment immediately. If you are beginning an energy efficiency project, choosing a HEDS solution puts you ahead, helping your Energy Savings Performance Contract (ESPC) and Utility Energy Service Contract (UESC) dollars go further.
If you need cost-effective energy efficiency that doesn’t sacrifice the comfort and safety of your people, make sure to ask for the High Efficiency Dehumidification System (HEDS).
HOW DOES HEDS WORK?
DEHUMIDIFICATION WITH TRADITIONAL AHUS
In traditional Air Handling Units (AHU) designed for dehumidification, air is sub-cooled to draw moisture out, then reheated using a new energy source to raise the supply air temperature and lower the supply air relative humidity. This process uses energy inefficiently, and is now banned by ASHRAE codes. At many facilities, the reheat portion of the process was never designed into the system, or it has been shut down due to energy waste concerns, nearly guaranteeing that mold will grow in the facility.
DEHUMIDIFICATION WITH HEDS
HEDS turns the old system on its head. Significantly larger coils derive 100% of the reheat energy from the low quality heat captured in the cooling process, and reduces the cooling load delivered to the chiller plant by exactly the amount of energy that was reclaimed in the reheat process. This method reduces energy consumption and consistently produces dry, cool air, free from mold and airborne pathogens.
UP TO 3x MORE EFFICIENT THAN TRADITIONAL AHUS
By using the low quality “waste heat” from the large cooling coil to reheat the supply air instead of using a separate reheat source, HEDS is able to reduce the overall chiller plant and boiler plant energy consumption by 50-70%. The recovered energy completely eliminates the need for additional reheat energy for relative humidity control and space comfort.
HEDS persistent value is realized in the following areas:
Improve HVAC system resiliency
Reduce RH-control energy consumption by 40% +
Reduce biological growth
Cost avoidance by reducing maintenance and illness from mold and corrosion
Minimize system downtime and preserving productivity time
Reduce Maritime Corrosion
Improves chiller plant effective capacity by 20% +
Enhanced energy efficiency incentives
Eliminate "Low Delta-T syndrome"
Built-in FDD system improves sustainability
The HEDS 8(a) TEAM
Conservant Systems Founder, Scot Duncan's projects and inventions have won awards from the DoD, the DoE, the GSA, ASHRAE, the California Energy Commission, USAF AFWERX and others. His driving passion is to help the people that protect our Country live better lives through the control of mold, fungus, viral pathogens caused or spread by HVAC systems. HEDS ability to electrify the carbon-heavy HVAC process is unsurpassed.
Hale Industries, manufacturer and installer of HEDS System worldwide. Hale is a leader in energy sustainable products, services and manufactures in the USA. Hale identifies, develops and delivers energy conservation solutions for commercial, healthcare and industrial applications. By providing exceptional energy saving solutions to companies and municipalities, both locally and across the globe, Hale has positioned themselves as a leader in energy sustainable products and services.
EN GEDI CONSTRUCTION
Craig Clutts, of En Gedi Construction, is an Award-Winning Engineer who served 23 years as a naval officer leading Sailors, Seabees and civilians in various missions across the globe. His most recent duty assignment was Executive Officer of Naval Facilities Engineering and Expeditionary Warfare Center.
24HRC's CEO, Bobby Ameen, runs the innovative 8(a) contracting firm located in Irvine, CA. 24HRC operates commercial and federal teams in support of projects with urgency and critical importance. 24HRC's 8(a) team is in partnership to install the HEDS systems worldwide. Providing turn-key solutions for the DOD and various agencies of the Federal Government.