3 benefits of an Optimised HVAC system
An Optimised HVAC system (Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning) helps ensure that an indoor environment is both safe and comfortable for its occupants. The main purpose is to deliver air quality to occupant comfort levels as efficiently as possible.
So how do Optimised HVAC controls impact this?
Improved Occupant Performance
Delivering improved indoor air quality through better temperature, humidity and CO2 control drives greater productivity from building occupants.
Reduce kWh’s being consumed through improved control of setpoints, time schedules and control strategies, resulting in energy savings and carbon reduction.
Better Asset Performance
Increase the performance of HVAC assets through condition based monitoring, increasing the life of assets, reducing asset failure and improving business continuity.
The Optimised BeMS Proposition
BeMS (Building energy Management Systems) are typically associated with the control of HVAC (Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning) in commercial buildings, and this has been their primary role in the eyes of most clients and operators. Over the past number of years, we have now taken this to another level with the introduction of the ‘Optimised BeMS’ proposition.