May 25, 2014. Gainesville, Florida.

Cool Flow Dynamics Achieves Energy Savings
through Successful Containment

Gainesville, FL - Cool Flow Dynamics, a Sarasota Florida based
company announced today that its initial prototype being developed at
the University of Florida has achieved its goal of creating containment
and separation using what the Company refers to as the 'Waterfall

The initial thermal images were released clearly showing separation
between the cold temperatures inside the unit and the warmer
ambient air on the outside.

According to the CEO of Cool Flow Dynamics Inc., Kalu Watanabe,
" The great thing about our solution is that it immediately restores
the seal. This is particularly important because in the real world
there are multiple disruptions to the slow air flow of the built in air
curtains, such as air conditioning vents, customers and employees
reaching in and out of the units or even as people walk by."
company's cost effective retrofit solutions are expected to challenge
the recent trend by food and beverage retailers, of installing retrofit
doors, which pull cold air from the entire surface area of the door each
time it is opened, creating a large vacuum that is immediately
replaced by warm ambient air.  
" The more often it's opened, the
worse its efficiency. Our system limits the mixing of air to just the
immediate surface area of the hand or product that disrupts it and
instantly re-seals it."  
The company continues to estimate that by the
final commercial version, the savings could be as much as 30%.
Upper image shows warm air (yellow)
infiltrating system when the Cool Flow solution
is off.  

The lower image shows the system on and a
clear separation between the interior and
exterior of the open area. (in green)

In the upper image, the air being released by
the unit is shown in green while the lower
image the air is blue.  This means that the air
re-circulating through the system is cooler with
the Cool Flow solution active.
© Cool Flow Dynamics, Inc. 2014
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