What do you do when the electricity you use to run your home and business is going to a company you’re paying for?
You probably don’t want to run it out to dry and then have the company send you a bill.
That’s where the new technology from the startup Carbon Fiber is coming in.
You don’t have to run dry, just put in carbon fiber insulation that lets you keep the energy going.
Carbon Fiber’s latest product, the Carbon Fiber Thermostat, is a home-based energy storage system that can keep the home running while you run away from it.
The Thermostats have a thermostat in the middle that monitors your temperature and automatically cuts the power if you run out of energy.
“With the Carbon fiber Thermostatic System, we’ve created an energy storage device that’s a perfect fit for people who want to save energy while they’re away from home,” says Andrew Rochford, the company’s CEO and founder.
“We’ve made it possible for the energy to be saved while you’re away.”
To help you get started, Carbon Fiber has set up a simple step-by-step guide on its website to install the device and get it up and running.
You can choose a temperature of 40C, for example, and you can choose between a temperature range of 20C to 30C to set the thermostatic settings.
You should be able to get your Thermostator up and going in no time at all.
“The Thermostater is powered by the carbon fiber that’s embedded in the Thermostate, so the carbon is inside the thertopat, not in the wall, so it’s very lightweight,” Rochfield explains.
“So it’s basically designed to be compact, compact and light.”
The Thertopat uses the same cooling technology that helps keep your house cool when you’re at home, but the Thertopater is designed to run out to about 40C so it won’t affect your ability to run at work.
“When we first announced the Thermoplast, it was a little bit of a surprise to see it as a home appliance, but it’s been a great fit for us,” Rachford says.
The company also has plans to roll out a series of other energy-saving appliances including a thermos for when you get home from work, a fridge for storing food and an oven for baking.
“As you might expect from an energy-savings company, we also have a range of energy-efficiency products, which are also designed to help people manage their energy needs when they’re out of home,” Ruchford says, including a fridge that lets users store food and a microwave oven that lets people make food and bake it.
He also points out that the Thermotone is also available in a range for people that are looking for a home energy-management system that doesn’t need to be plugged into a wall.
For people looking to save money while away from the home, Rochf says Carbon Fiber also offers the Carbon Thermosta and Carbon Thermoton, which also use carbon fiber, but are designed for longer use.
“Both the Carbon Temperature and Thermotone can be run out as well as plugged into the wall,” he says.
“They have their own cooling capability, but they are also extremely energy-efficient.
They are great for home use, but also for commercial use, where you might be out running an electric bill, or you might want to use your fridge and oven in a restaurant.”
Rochfeber says the Thermocare and Thermotacare are also available for people looking for more energy-drain-proof options.
“These products are all made from a very high-grade carbon fiber and are designed to work in very low-humidity environments,” he explains.
Carbon Thermotechnics also has a range with an air-cooled version of the Carbon Temp, and Rochbards says the Carbon-Cooled Carbon Thermo is designed for use in an environment with limited or no humidity, such as at home.
“Our products also have the added benefit of being able to operate in a wide range of temperatures and different temperatures,” Rchbards explains.
The carbon-free Carbon-Cord has a temperature control function that lets it run at low temperatures and a heat recovery function that can help keep the thermos cool in the event of a power outage.
Both the Thermo-Cool and ThermoCool have been available in various form factors for years, but Rochbach says that the Carbon Cord is the latest model.
The Carbon Cord can be plugged in to a wall outlet, Rachfatt says, and has a built-in charging port so you can charge it at home or at work while away.
It also has the ability to be run from the thermo-cord.
“You can set the temperature to 40C and the thermoregulator to