POWER-SAVE 1200 — Save Energy, reduce electric bills, power save, save power, power-save, low

POWER-SAVE 1200 - Save Energy, reduce electric bills, power save, save power, power-save, low

Saving energy in your home must start at the top. As warm air rises, it collects in the attic making your entire house hotter and your air conditioning less efficient. This costs you valuable dollars and unnecessary wear and tear on your cooling equipment.

The Power-Save Solar Attic fan removes hot air from the attic keeping your home cooler while maximizing your air conditioner’s efficiency. The solar powered fan draws no electricity from the utility andwill cost you nothing to operate!

Removes Hot Attic Air; Solar Powered; Up to 850 CFM Air Flow; Optional Thermostat; Same Day installation; 10/5/25 Year Warranty; Saves Energy.

- Solar Attic Fan Installation Instructions (.pdf)

- Download Solar Attic Fan Specs (.pdf)

2. Power-Save Radiant Barrier

Radiant barriers are installed in homesmost commonly in atticsto reduce summer heat gain and winter heat loss, which helps lower heating and cooling costs. The barriers consist of a highly reflective material that reflects radiant heat rather than absorbing it.

How Radiant Barriers Work :

Heat travels from a warm area to a cool area by a combination of conduction, convection, and radiation. Heat flows by conduction from a hotter material to a colder material when the two materials touch. Heat transfer by convection occurs when a liquid or gas is heated, becomes less dense, and rises. Radiant heat travels in a straight line away from the hot surface and heats anything solid as the wave of energy hits it.

When the sun heats a roof, it’s primarily the sun’s radiant energy that makes the roof hot. A large portion of this heat travels by conduction through the roofing materials to the attic side of the roof. The hot roof material then radiates its gained heat energy into the cooler attic (some of the roof’s heat will radiate in other directions too). A radiant barrier reduces the radiant heat transfer from the roof to the attic space.

Fiberglass re-inforced (perforated) aluminum foil insulation; Fire retardant; Reflects 95% of radiation heat Perforated aluminum foil radiant barrier to eliminating sweating; Use for attics, roof and walls ; Easily stapled into place in attic on ceiling joists or rafters, sealed with aluminum tape; Adhesion Good on clean and dry surface; No Discoloration Resistance Excellent resistance to water, water vapor, oxidation and weathering.

Check Out this Compelling Power-Save Radiant Barrier Demonstration!

The hot box above is a representation of an attic with Power-Save Radiant Barrier installed. The hot box shows the temperature difference between a homes attic with and without radiant barrier, using infra-red heat lamps.

Left Side: The left side shows a laid down radiant barrier with unfaced R-19 fiberglass insulation. The thermometer reads 93.2 degrees F.

Right Side: The right side shows unfaced R-19 fiberglass insulation only. Its thermometer reads 152.5 degrees F.

There is a difference of 59.3 degrees F between the two sides. This difference is due to the Power-Save Radiant Barrier’s ability to reflect radiant heat away from the insulation!

The numbers above were arrived at after a six hour period with an ambient air temperature average of 84 degrees.

NOTE: Both sides reached their steady state after only one half hour.

Saving energy in your home must start at the top. As warm air rises, it collects in the attic making your entire house hotter and your air conditioning less efficient. This costs you valuable dollars and unnecessary wear and tear on your cooling equipment.

The Power-Save Solar Attic fan removes hot air from the attic keeping your home cooler while maximizing your air conditioner’s efficiency. The solar powered fan draws no electricity from the utility andwill cost you nothing to operate!

Removes Hot Attic Air; Solar Powered; Up to 850 CFM Air Flow; Optional Thermostat; Same Day installation; 10/5/25 Year Warranty; Saves Energy.

- Solar Attic Fan Installation Instructions (.pdf)

- Download Solar Attic Fan Specs (.pdf)

2. Power-Save Radiant Barrier

POWER-SAVE 1200 - Save Energy, reduce electric bills, power save, save power, power-save, low

Radiant barriers are installed in homesmost commonly in atticsto reduce summer heat gain and winter heat loss, which helps lower heating and cooling costs. The barriers consist of a highly reflective material that reflects radiant heat rather than absorbing it.

How Radiant Barriers Work :

Heat travels from a warm area to a cool area by a combination of conduction, convection, and radiation. Heat flows by conduction from a hotter material to a colder material when the two materials touch. Heat transfer by convection occurs when a liquid or gas is heated, becomes less dense, and rises. Radiant heat travels in a straight line away from the hot surface and heats anything solid as the wave of energy hits it.

When the sun heats a roof, it’s primarily the sun’s radiant energy that makes the roof hot. A large portion of this heat travels by conduction through the roofing materials to the attic side of the roof. The hot roof material then radiates its gained heat energy into the cooler attic (some of the roof’s heat will radiate in other directions too). A radiant barrier reduces the radiant heat transfer from the roof to the attic space.

Fiberglass re-inforced (perforated) aluminum foil insulation; Fire retardant; Reflects 95% of radiation heat Perforated aluminum foil radiant barrier to eliminating sweating; Use for attics, roof and walls ; Easily stapled into place in attic on ceiling joists or rafters, sealed with aluminum tape; Adhesion Good on clean and dry surface; No Discoloration Resistance Excellent resistance to water, water vapor, oxidation and weathering.

Check Out this Compelling Power-Save Radiant Barrier Demonstration!

The hot box above is a representation of an attic with Power-Save Radiant Barrier installed. The hot box shows the temperature difference between a homes attic with and without radiant barrier, using infra-red heat lamps.

Left Side: The left side shows a laid down radiant barrier with unfaced R-19 fiberglass insulation. The thermometer reads 93.2 degrees F.

Right Side: The right side shows unfaced R-19 fiberglass insulation only. Its thermometer reads 152.5 degrees F.

There is a difference of 59.3 degrees F between the two sides. This difference is due to the Power-Save Radiant Barrier’s ability to reflect radiant heat away from the insulation!

The numbers above were arrived at after a six hour period with an ambient air temperature average of 84 degrees.

NOTE: Both sides reached their steady state after only one half hour.


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