In the U.S., a number of new home heating and air conditioning (HAC) systems are expected to make their way onto the market in the coming years.
But one company is using a different strategy than most.
While most HAC systems use air conditioning that is heated to a temperature of approximately 80 degrees Fahrenheit (24 degrees Celsius), Adams Air Conditioning uses a thermostat that is cooled to 60 degrees Fahrenheit and uses an air compressor to push air through the system.
In an interview with Next Big Futures, co-founder and CEO Joe Smith said that the company has developed a thermoreceptors that can detect changes in temperature.
The company says it can detect temperature changes of up to 100 degrees Celsius.
It has been developing the thermostats for several years, but only recently started to sell them.
The thermostatic system was designed specifically for a home, and Adams claims that it is designed to be as energy-efficient as possible.
The system is made from high-density carbon fiber (HDC), which is much more energy-absorbing than the more common plastic that is used for air conditioning.
According to Smith, carbon fiber is one of the best materials for heat transfer.
“We have a lot of carbon fiber in our products.
The materials used are extremely strong, flexible, and very durable,” Smith told Next Big Trends.
“This is why we are building this thermostatically controlled system.”
It’s a big step for Adams.
According the company, it has a manufacturing process that makes it possible to produce the thermorelectric air conditioning systems at scale in the United States.
The next step for the company is to build a larger production line in order to scale up production.
While there is a lot to be excited about for Adams, the company said that its product is still in the development phase and that it may not be available to consumers until the end of 2020.