Tune® Results

Our electricity bills always seem to be going up... installing LED lights, turning off and unplugging items not in use, setting lights to timers... we have done it all and seen minimal savings... until now!

Tune®was given the opportunity to bring savings to a large residence located in Gainesville, Ga. belonging to local surgeon, Geary Bush, M.D., FACS.

After 2 years of extensive testing, RPM executives have installed Tune®filters enterprise-wide. In the fall of 2020, filters were installed in 170+ existing locations and are being added to new stores during construction. Based on the analysis of pilot locations, RPM anticipates a return on investment in less than 2 years and enterprise-wide savings of more than $100,000 annually.

Cowabunga, Inc. is the 2nd largest franchise owner of Domino’s in the United States, currently with 118 stores across three states. Upon learning what the Tune® Filter could do for them, they decided to test seven stores in Georgia.
Jodie had his filter installed at the end of January and the case study was started in February. Jodie has been in the house since 2016 and the kWh usage has been relatively constant since that time so it was a good opportunity to conduct a case study.

“It’s an invaluable experience when our students can see such a forward-thinking technology applied on campus. It shows the immediate need for future innovation.”

Robert Yahn, Wheeling University

Seven Tune™ Filters (originally named T7 EMI Facility Filters) were installed one in each of the seven sub panels at one location. After achieving this benchmark, three additional locations were set for installation.

The terminal includes offices, trucker lounge spaces and service garages for transportation equipment.

We moved into our newly built home in January of 2001 and have been running our Quarter Horse training operation out of a barn built in 2004.