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Supermarket Freezer Doors Energy-Efficient?

 

When customers open the freezer door at the supermarket, the glass on the inside will fog. When the door is closed again, the next shopper isn’t able to see all of the products inside. Before our anti-fog film, supermarkets had to use energy-sapping door heaters to prevent the fog. Over one year, eliminating the cost of operating these heaters equates to a savings of $70-150 per door each year in the United States.

Our film is incredibly hydrophilic and absorbent — it really, really loves water. Instead of allowing the tiny discrete globules of water to form on the surface that would create fog, the anti-fog film spreads the water out over the surface, keeping it transparent. Our film can stick onto glass, and any flat surface including plastic, stainless steel and aluminum. The possibilities are endless, so call us today to inquire about how we can help you be fog free and more energy-efficient. Visit our website www.AntiFogTechnology for more information or call 941-ANTIFOG.

(The above photo is of a freezer case where the two doors to the left are not treated with anti-fog film. The door on the right is treated with anti-fog film and proves how our technology works.)

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The Moist Truth About Foggy Hotel Mirrors

One clean towel a day to wipe the condensation off a foggy hotel mirror can be costly!

Every year hotel chains spend millions of dollars in electric, water, detergent, and labor cost to ensure our rooms are supplied with clean, comfortable towels for our use. When the mirrors fog in the bathroom, we grab a clean towel and clear the moisture away and then toss it. Even the use of one small hand towel per room based on a hotels occupancy can drive cleaning cost for just that 1 towel to nearly $10K annually. How?

Let’s look at 1 towel. Average hand towel weighs approximately 0.4LBS. Using rule of thumb of 1.5 gallons of water per pound of clothing, that is nearly 1/2 gallon of water. Now add in your cost of detergent and electric to wash and dry, you are looking at approximately $0.06 per day to clean that 1 towel. That works out to be just about $22 per year to wash and dry that 1 towel every day. Now, looking at a 550 room hotel in NYC with 80% occupancy rate, that works out to be about 440 times that cost, or nearly $10,000 (below is a sample NYC Hotel we used to calculate costs).

Anti-Fog Technology uses a natural film that is optically clear, inherently hydrophilic, and extremely absorbent. Our technology has been verified by many of the largest utility companies in the country. In addition, we have been able to receive substantial rebates.

Please take a look at our website www.antifogtechonolgy.com for more articles and information on our product. We are happy to explain how Anti-Fog Technology can work for you, please contact us at 1-855-FOGFREE.

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Moisture On Glass? Problem Solved!

 

How We Solved That Problem with Anti-Fog Technology

Anti-Fog Technology at work! Here is what we did for one of our grocery store clients.

On the left you will see doors that have anti-fog film on them, on the right all those cases are NOT treated with anti-fog film. Because anti-fog technology’s film is naturally hydrophilic and absorbent, it absorbs the moisture on the doors. It’s also a zero-energy solution allowing grocery stores to disconnect the sweat heater to the glass, saving energy at the same time, providing a clear view for customers. A clear solution for moisture on glass www.antifogtechnology.com ( This technology can be used on any glass that fogs, including hotel mirrors).

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