HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning) is a mechanical system, designed to control the environmental conditions inside the space you work or live in and provide thermal comfort and acceptable indoor air quality year-round, within reasonable costs.
The HVAC system maintains temperature, humidity, air flow and pressure in residential, commercial or industrial buildings, by performing heating and/or cooling and providing fresh outdoor air to dilute interior airborne contaminants. The proper functioning of HVAC depends on how well heating, ventilation and air cooling are configured to work together without interfering with each other. The savings you'll enjoy from a new and more energy-efficient system will, in time, offset the initial installation cost.
HVAC is the biggest energy user in most commercial or residential buildings. Our innovative technologies save energy and improve system performance, while keeping your indoor environment clean and comfortable. Heating and cooling systems account for almost 50 percent of a household's electricity bill. Our HVAC systems can reduce energy consumption by 20 percent and reduce your annual energy bill significantly.
For further savings, consider a zoned system and programmable thermostat, which allows you to regulate the temperature in different parts of the house. While not at home, you can switch the HVAC off and set it to switch it back on when you're about to leave for home. Not only does this reduce your electric bill but also means less amortization of the system, saving money on maintenance and repairs.
Building Automation Systems | HVAC Control
Building Automation System (BAS) helps you to efficiently control air conditioning and heating systems. It connects the mechanical and electrical systems and equipment with microprocessors that communicate with each other, and a computer or a smart device.
A good building automation system offers a lot of advantages:
• It allows the owner to set up schedules of operation to save energy when spaces in the building/ house are unoccupied.
• The Automation System has “trim and respond” capabilities, which allows for the set point for various heating and cooling sources to change according to demand from the zones.
• It monitors energy usage.
• It provides consistency and comfort by maintaining a more even temperature and leads to lowered overall costs. It lowers the utility bills by 15% -20%
• It provides healthier environment by improving the efficiency of HVAC systems, including the ventilation and overall air quality. Improved air quality leads to less acute and chronic illnesses.
• It offers simplified operations and remote monitoring and thus provides real-time assessment of your HVAC network.
• It extends the lifecycle of your HVAC system, as the proper monitoring and maintenance that control and automation systems allow for helps to avoid the premature aging of HVAC systems.