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PCM-Technology

JEKUSOL has developed a series of new and highly efficient inorganic phase change materials through in-depth cooperation with the Fraunhofer Institute of Manufacturing Technology and Advanced Materials (Fraunhofer IFAM), which is an international leading Level.

To ensure the excellent performance, safety and stability of phase change materials, JEKUSOL utilizes Differential Scanning Calorimeter (DSC), Electrochemical Workstation, Scanning Electron Microscope, and Thermal Cycle Workstation to test phase change materials.We have performed thousands of cycles and tests on various phase change materialss to ensure that the material performance meets customers ‘ requirements as well as domestic and foreign testing standards.

Tested by a third-party testing agency, the JEKUSOL series of inorganic phase change materials have the following major features:

  • The energy density of helium is extremely high, reaching 5-20 times of water heat storage;
  • The service life is up to 15 years, and 5000 thermal cycles have no significant performance degradation;
  • We can choose the phase change material according to the customer’s demand;
  • Good thermal conductivity;
  • Safe, environmentally friendly, biodegradable, recyclable.

Phase Change Material (PCM) refers to a type of material that undergoes near-constant temperature transition near the phase transition temperature, while absorbing (or releasing) a large amount of heat energy, and thus can be used to store energy. Yikesuoer New Energy utilizes phase change material energy storage technology, and its self-developed phase change energy storage equipment has the advantages of high energy storage density, optional energy storage temperature, safe and stable operation, long service life, etc., and thus has an extremely wide market prospect. Compared with traditional water storage, the energy density can be increased by 5-20 times.

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