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Thread: Liquid Pressure Amplifier's
08-20-2006, 12:23 AM #1Regular Guest
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- Aug 2006
- Texas Panhandle
I hope to soak up some knowledge from this site.
I have four new old stock HY-SAVE liquid pressure amplifiers that came in a load of auction stuff.
Are these units in general use anymore? And is the energy savings worth having them installed?
Are they still usefull for there original purpose. If yes I will try to find new owners for them. If no there time has come and gone, I will try to find other uses for them ie parts washer pump etc.
Thank you for any knowledge shared.
08-20-2006, 05:04 AM #2Professional Member
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- Sep 2004
- Newbury Berkshire
The hysave concept went through some rough times but that was mainly due to poor implementation and it being slightly ahead of it's time..
The company was bought out by a South African called Calvin who has driven it forward as regards the controlling and monitoring which was always the problem not the concept -which has increased the confidence levels.
I understand Carrier has gone into this now in a big way and because of fast rising energy costs I can assume the market will continue to grow.Floating heads in winter energy recovery in summer..
'stanbyyourword' here is your guy as he's done loads I understand..
[Edited by barty on 08-20-2006 at 10:57 AM]