In summers, at some places, the temperature reaches 45 degrees with strong winds and humidity adding up to the situation. Aashir Iqbal and Muhammad Usama have sought to bring creativity to the rather outdated air conditioning industry with Bfreeze.
The thermal warmth indoors has taken precedence over the country’s prevalent energy crisis.
Sadly, the use of air conditioners with little to no creativity as a multi-faceted problem follows from its growth.
However, Aashir Iqbal and Muhammad Usama have sought to bring creativity to the rather outdated air conditioning industry. Last year the two young mechanical engineers were graduated from the National University of Science and Technology.
Both Aashir and Usama were known for their interest in playing with concepts like existential crisis during their degree programme.
Bfreeze offers air conditioners a fairly simple solution. They used salt solution with calcium chloride to absorb moisture from the air. The evaporator coil located inside the device then absorbs a small portion of the dehumidified air. The dehumidified air cools down to a very low temperature while the process of evaporation is active. The air created is enough to bring the temperature down to a cool zone that is comfortable. The excess or unused air is filtered with Bfreeze units, which acts as ventilation to ensure adequate levels of oxygen are maintained in the room.
This creativity will also significantly reduce the Government’s carried net energy consumption. Befreeze aims at reducing the need for heated refrigerant gases in air-conditioners and replacing them with water and eco-friendly salts.
This new strategy for air conditioners is cost-effective and eco-friendly. The creators also seeking to expand their concept to include water filtration and freezing devices.
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