Magnetic cooling is becoming an ever-increasing solution used for the cold industry. In a MRS, a controlled magnetic field applies a series of magnetization-demagnetization cycles to the magnetocaloric alloys. Each cycle produces a temperature gradient in the material, and a rapid succession of these cycles produces the final and stabilized hot and cold temperatures in the refrigeration system.
Moreover, the MRS uses glycol as a coolant, such that is not environmentally harmful. This technology resolves the two main concerns regarding compressor-bases refrigeration systems: the environmental issue via a gas-free solution as well as the economic issue by using permanent magnets that dramatically reduce energy consumption.
|Refrigerant||Water based coolant fluid|
|Cooling capacity||200W to 700W|
|Energy efficiency||Up to 40%|