We can see the climate changing and the need for cooling in homes is increasing.
At Jaga we develop Light and Deep cooling products with an eye to the future.
Jaga Light Cooling Passive cooling
Light Cooling (passive) is mainly used to cool down the room. This is an energy efficient, non-condensing cooling that is used in combination with heat pump systems. In winter, the building is heated by means of soil heat. In summer, this system returns the heat to the soil, which will cause the inside temperature to decrease. The circulation pump is the only part that will consume energy, and this in order to pump the water through the pipes and to deliver it to the radiators. These environmentally friendly cooling systems can drop the temperature by 3 to 5 degrees. They ensure that the room is cooled down slightly without having to use a lot of energy.
Jaga Deep Cooling Active cooling
There is a difference between active and passive cooling. We call this Deep and Light Cooling. Deep Cooling (active) usually uses more traditional, condensing, cooling with chillers or air/water heat pumps. This is comparable to air conditioning systems. Active cooling is a powerful system because the compressor helps to extract heat and excess moisture from the building. They do use more energy. Systems based on heat pumps are comparable to air conditioning, but they are more energy efficient.