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Project by the numbers:
- Annual Energy Savings: $35,000
- Rebate: $15,500
- Project Cost: $50,000
Disclosure: Third party verified by Hafer Engineering Nexant
Airport Renovation - Gains Energy Savings & Elevated Indoor Air Quality
An Indiana airport - was undergoing a design/build renovation project. The airport was seeking a way to reduce energy costs as well as VOC removal, mold reduction/elimination, and bacteria and pathogen
Solution: The airports renovation project utilized an O2Prime™ Solution for outside air reduction (energy
ripKurrent Announces Sustainability Management Partners (SMP) as a Technical Partner
ripKurrent will use SMP's O2Prime needlepoint ionization technology to drastically improve overall indoor air conditions for its customers
while reducing total energy consumption by 30-50%.
Boca Raton, FL, April 5, 2018- ripKurrent, LLC is excited to announce that it has entered into a technology partnership with Sustainability Management Partners (SMP) of Evansville, Indiana.
ripKurrent will use SMP's O2Prime needlepoint ionization technology to drastically improve overall indoor air conditions for its customers, while reducing total energy consumption by 30-50%.
"I have been a big fan of ionization since I was first exposed to it more than 5 years ago, and now having the ability to work together with SMP on developing customized solutions for the industries we serve will take the technology to new heights in the marketplace," said Jade Culbertson, ripKurrent co-founder and Chief Growth Officer.
ripKurrent and SMP understand that most people spend the majority of their time indoors, whether it's at work,
"Aside from the fact that the technology produces the safest and healthiest indoor environment, it can also reduce the amount of ventilation air that is brought into a facility, which can have an enormous
Conditioned outside ventilation air is a large consumer of energy in commercial facilities, in some cases equaling up to 10% of the total energy cost. By utilizing Bi-Polar Ionization and following ASHRAE-62.1-2016 VRP (Ventilation Rate Procedure), this technology can reduce a facility's outside air intake by as much as 70% in some applications, producing a tremendous