HeatLab HVAC R&D
About 40% of global energy is used to heat and cool buildings.
In Alberta Canada, the average household uses 110 GJ of natural gas per year, comprising about 77% of total energy consumption.
HeatLab Enterprises Inc. is a Start-up Company located in Alberta, Canada, looking forward to developing a line of HVAC/R products that will improve the efficiency of existing and new HVAC/R units; the HVAC/R products will be suitable for the residential, commercial, and industrial sectors.
Renewable energy is the most promising energy source in the world, can help stabilize energy prices. Although renewable energy technologies require upfront investments to build, they can then operate at a very low cost, save on energy bills, and reduce harmful emissions, it's a win-win for everyone.
Our Mission statement is to provide a selection of products and the most competitive prices by developing clean energy technologies at an affordable cost to customers so they can save money and can live in a better environment.
HeatLab Prototypes development
Increasing Efficiency In Existing & New HVAC/R Units
Heat pumps transfer heat by circulating a substance called a refrigerant through a cycle of evaporation and condensation. A compressor pumps the refrigerant between two heat exchanger coils. In one coil, the refrigerant is evaporated at low pressure and absorbs heat from its surroundings.
Automatic remote Alarm for failure notification in any HVAC systems, if any failure occurs in the HVAC system, the controller will notify immediately by sending a message with detail by email or SMS.
Heat barrier materials help to protect copper, rubber, plastic, distortion, painted and finished surfaces during soldering, brazing, or welding. The special material acts as a barrier between the surfaces being worked on and the heat from a torch.
A packaged rooftop unit, or RTU, is a type of HVAC system that contains all the components needed to provide conditioned air in one concise unit. Packaged rooftop units are commonly found in light and large commercial applications.
They are very popular with retail and industrial properties.
A modulating gas valve has the ability to vary the gas input to match the heat loss of your home at any given point in time. When a furnace is properly sized for your home, it is designed so that it has enough output to keep up with the demand of the thermostat on the coldest of days.
Dampers and Zone controllers
A zone damper (also known as a Volume Control Damper or VCD) is a specific type of damper used to control the flow of air in an HVAC heating or cooling system. In order to improve efficiency and occupant comfort, HVAC systems are commonly divided up into multiple zones.
A zone control system uses thermostats to connect to a central control panel to open and shut dampers distributed throughout your ductwork, thus blocking or releasing hot or cold air. You set the temperature for each zone via each thermostat, and the zone control system does the rest of the work for you.
Future Prototype Power-Heat HP PTAC
Packaged Terminal Air Conditioners (PTAC) and Packaged Terminal Heat Pumps (PTHP) are ductless,
all-in-one, heating and cooling solutions for commercial spaces. PTACs are through-the-wall air conditioners.
How Heat Pumps Works
Heat Pumps are electric appliances that provide heating by moving thermal energy from outside air to inside air or in cooling mode from inside to outside. A refrigerant that absorbs heat cycles through the system.