Case Study

North Battleford Radio Station

Saskatchewan, Canada
FINANCIAL SAVING

$444 (USD)

CO2 SAVING

9,020 lbs

The performance of EndoTherm was piloted by The Jim Pattison Group at North Battleford Radio Station in Saskatchewan, Canada.

The radio station is heated by 2 x Teledyne LAARs 180,000BTU/hr output boilers. Initially the system was flushed to remove excess suspended solids before EndoTherm was added on December 13th 2017. Significant savings were expected as flushing alone can account for between 5-10% of improved performance.

A baseline was established using the IPMVP (International Protocol for Measurement & Verification of Performance) by comparing Actual Meter Readings, taken on monthly intervals with Heating Degree Days data from North Battleford/Hamlin Airport at a baseload of 18.5°C.

 

Results

Time Period Predicted Consumption (m3) Actual Consumption (m3) Difference (m3) CUSUM (m3)
1st Dec 17 – 18th Jan 18 2,988.99 2,265.33 723.66 723.66
19th Jan 18 – 15th Feb 18 2,431.22 1,847.53 583.68 1,307.35
16th Feb 18 – 16th Mar 18 2,222.88 1,359.2 863.68 2,171.02

 

Savings

Compensated Saving:

28.4%

Total Cash Saving:

$444 (USD)

Total CO2 Saving:

9,020 lbs

 

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