This guide includes:
- Advice and information from a HVAC consultant
- A list of HVAC equipment to add to your maintenance routine
- An overview of the efficiency risks related to excessive operation
- Guidance on suitable physical installation for your HVAC system
- Important information on correctly tuning your control algorithms
A detailed guide written by HVAC experts to help you reduce your HVAC related energy costs
You can achieve HVAC energy efficiency when you operate your heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) and ancillary equipment as optimally as possible without compromising the zone ventilation requirements, temperatures, humidity or differential pressures.
HVAC systems tend to account for the largest draw on energy in most manufacturing facilities. This is especially true when chillers and boilers are included under the HVAC heading. With that in mind, HVAC should be a number one priority for any facilities or operations team focused on energy reduction.
How It Works
Billions of building data points are streamed and captured to detect equipment failure, abnormal operation and optimization opportunities.
These Alerts are displayed as tickets within the platform and include a detailed explanation of the issue, impacted equipment, rectification steps and data trend history.
Through this centralized workflow and communication, teams can spend less time doing meetings, paperwork, emails and follow up. And more time getting things done.
PEAK reporting mechanisms provide detailed yet clear insights across a range of building performance areas including electricity, gas and water usage, thermal comfort and relative humidity, CO2-e saved, equipment performance etc.