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  • Rodney Summers
    Rodney Summers Member Posts: 748

    could this be a replacement for fossil fuel

    it has out-door indoor reset also

    let me know what you think

    here is another one just came out this month


  • LarryC
    LarryC Member Posts: 331
    electricity is generated from fossil fuels

    > nothing that runs on electricity can make that claim.

    Well I think that the 452 operating commercial nuclear plants might disagree with that statement. :)

  • Rodney Summers
    Rodney Summers Member Posts: 748

    did you guys Check out the website's and see the product it's a low temperature heat pump. so now you can run heat pumps in cold climates like Canada and the north east it
    it's new technologies and could save your customers money on oil or gas.

  • Bob_41
    Bob_41 Member Posts: 28
    They're one in the same!


    Looks like the designer is David Shaw who licensed the product to Nyle and now has taken it back under his own company Hallowell:

    "Nyle Special Products, of Bangor, Maine, licensed the rights to Shaw’s patents for a few years and made them under the Cold Climate Heat Pump name between 2002 and 2005. A number of electric utilities conducted tests of the Nyle product with mixed results, mostly due to manufacturing glitches and installation problems. When they worked, they worked very well. But Shaw decided to take his patents elsewhere, and Nyle can no longer manufacture the products that used them. Shaw has become the chief technology officer of a new company, Hallowell International"

    Wonder why it has been picked up by the big guys yet ...maybe they're just waiting for the patents to expire. Does look interesting.

  • Rodney Summers
    Rodney Summers Member Posts: 748

    thanks bob. yes your 100% correct on what happened

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