The initial phase is a product snapshot using analytical instruments to measure productand individual component parameters. When the Snapshot is completed, the Farrar team will establish target metrics and confirm the project approach.
Through component analytics, the Farrar team builds a map of performance state points. All energy loads are evaluated at each stage of the system, and opportunities for improvement are isolated, identified and prioritized.
Remediation or Amendment Plan
Based on the State 2 analysis, the Farrar team constructs a remediation or amendment plan to weigh cost/benefit for all components in the bill of materials.
The remediation plan is expressed mathematically as to expected performance over range of conditions. Once the revision is proven in theory, an economic model is built to balance the cost vs.benefit. Finally, a proof of concept is assembled and put into operation.
Using the proof of concept model, the Farrar team duplicates the Snapshot and compares performance against the original to determine how performance metrics are met. Depending on the outcome, the process moves to the next step, or reverts to another cycle of analysis and remediation.
Testing, Documentation and Submittal
Once all performance metrics are met, a complete documentation package is prepared for submittal to the appropriate agency.
Typically, third party agencies include Energy Star, California Energy Commission(CEC) or the National Sanitation Foundation (NSF).
Upon completion, all materials are turned over to the client representative for distribution, archiving and internal documentation.
Farrar Scientific testing and evaluation protocols are based on the exclusive Farrar Scientific EnergyBalance™ process that combines off-the-shelf components, refrigerant chemistry, lubrication and electronic controls into an efficient and properly apportioned end product which meets third-party criteria for energy-savings, performance and safety.