means the table is essentially working like a “thermal sponge,” as Lagrange and Ménard put it, sucking up excess heat and then releasing it once the room becomes cool enough.
According to the inventors, the table has the potential to reduce heating needs by as much as 60% and cooling demands by as much as 30%, which could save a lot of money as well as energy.
feat of engineering that makes the most sense in homes that don’t have climate control.
climates where the temperature can drastically swing from hot to cold in short spans of time, the ZEF Climatic Table is most useful. For example, if a room heats up on a sunny day and then the
temperature drops at night, the ZEF table would make the climate in that room more consistent.
ZEF table works best in rooms that undergo significant temperature changes frequently.
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