What is Restore 1030?
- An Air Conditioning treatment optimizer that is added to the HVAC or Chiller refrigerant.
- It restores your A/C output to like-new performance, with colder/ dryer Air.
- Only one treatment is required for the life of the system.
RESTORE1030™ has been proven to increase A/C and refrigeration system efficiency by 15% on average by optimizing the system in 3 distinct ways.
- Through the removal of oil-fouling. This removal restores the 20-30% loss in heat transfer capability, allowing for enhanced refrigerant contact with coils. Additionally, the unit is protected from future oil-fouling for the life of the system.
- The second optimization causes the refrigerant to evaporate or “boil” at a higher temperature. The cumulative effect of these 2 components working together results in a 73% improvement in heat transfer capability.
- Increases lubricity and boost in the compressor oil’s performance. The tenacious bond actually keeps the friction reducing properties even when the oil is not present. In addition, there is less wear and tear on the equipment; extending the life of the equipment and lowering maintenance costs.
RESTORE1030™ is not a PROA (polarized refrigerant oil additives). Those “additives” have been re-marketed in various formulas and under different names for the past 25+ years.
Reduce AMP Spike and AMP Draw
- Virtually eliminates the AMP spike and reduces the operating amperage draw of the compressor by reducing friction.
Allows the compressor to operate at a lower temperature and pressure.
Reduces compressor noise level by 3-5 decibels.
Increased Heat Transfer
- By eliminating oil fouling, RESTORE 1030 increases refrigerant flow by 5-8% and increases heat transfer and efficiency for the life of the system.
Cumulative Decrease in Efficiency*
*HVAC/R System performance is degraded by as much as 30% in a 10 year period due to the build-up of lubricants on internal surfaces. A Survey of Refrigerant Heat Transfer and Pressure Drop Emphasizing the Oil Effects and In Tube Augmentation:
“ASHRAE Winter Symposium of 1987; Schlager, Pate and Berles.”