Air conditioning represents ~10% of total global electricity use and emits 1 billion tons of carbon dioxide. However, A/C has become critical to productivity and comfort in our indoor environments, therefore customers focus on comfort, reliability, and equipment price; not sustainability or energy costs.
But what if an innovation could provide all five?
ArctiDry from Mojave represents the next generation of liquid desiccant air conditioners. With an ISMRE over 8 lbs/kWh, it’s twice as efficient as conventional Dedicated Outdoor Air Systems (DOAS). It installs like conventional packaged HVAC equipment needing only an electrical connection: no chilled water, domestic water, or gas line required! With ground-breaking efficiency and simple implementation, Mojave ArctiDry is changing the nature of air conditioning.
If you are looking for a DOAS for a school, hotel, multi-family dwelling, office, or other building you will find nothing more efficient. If you need to deliver air down to 40 degrees Fahrenheit dewpoint for a grocery, operating theater, or industrial process the Mojave ArctiDry delivers at the lowest cost you will find.
Since its invention in 1902, air conditioning has relied on vapor compression which over time has become progressively more efficient at lowering air temperature but remains inefficient at humidity control. At the same time, modern building codes, ventilation requirements, and efficient appliances have reduced temperature loads but increased humidity loads. As a result, buildings now use more energy to control humidity than temperature. Mojave introduces a patented way to solve this problem.