"Multiplicity ought not to be posited without necessity."
— Occam's Razor
Carbon Dioxide Reduction
Split Flow™ can save from 233 to 433 metric tonnes of CO2 per year
The efficiency of the Split Flow™ application can result in significant savings in costs due to the reduction in energy consumption (electrical energy that is necessary to power the pump motor).
This energy savings results in less carbon dioxide emissions that otherwise would have been burned in the form of coal, natural gas, or other feedstocks for electrical generation.
In terms of power generation, Split Flow can save to save up to 50 kW, or 438,000 kWh per year. This results in the following carbon dioxide reductions for the two primary types of power generation in the United States:
These figures were calculated based on the following statistics, provided by the U.S. Department of Energy, Energy Information Administration:
* Weighted on generation.
DOE figures were applied in the following calculations:
1. Coal: 438,000 kWh (2.186) = 957,468 pounds of carbon dioxide saved.
2. Natural gas: 438,000 kWh (1.174) = 514,212 pounds of carbon dioxide saved.