HVAC controls systems account for the majority of a building's energy consumption, so it is essential to set up sustainable strategies that help reduce carbon emissions and the energy used for heating and cooling. The controls are simply devices that control the operations of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning equipment.
Benefits of HVAC controls
Control systems for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) go beyond standard thermostats and offer a variety of benefits, including cost savings and improved comfort.
The innovative engineering of our HVAC systems optimises energy use, thereby reducing costs and minimizing environmental effects.
Control the climate in all areas of your facility to improve productivity and ensure that occupants are as comfortable as possible.
With our HVAC systems, you can expect seamless automation that adapts rapidly to changing conditions to maintain a constantly comfortable environment.
With complete flexibility and control over the environmental conditions of your building, you can monitor and operate your HVAC systems remotely.
HVAC controls features
With accurate control at your fingertips, you can either set it and forget it or quickly adjust it for comfort any time you choose.
Prevent downtime while ensuring ongoing comfort by anticipating and addressing HVAC issues before they develop.
Easily control various areas of your building independently, optimizing energy and comfort consumption based on occupancy.
For a seamless and connected experience, fully integrate our HVAC systems with the connected systems of your smart building.
How does HVAC controls work?
Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning, or HVAC for short, is an essential component towards making sure that buildings have an indoor atmosphere that is comfortable and beneficial to wellness.
The HVAC system's heating component transfers heat from a heating source (such as a furnace or heat pump) to the building's ducts, radiators, and other outlets.
To maintain a healthy environment, the HVAC system filters incoming air to remove pollutants, dust, and allergens and removes stale or unhealthy air.
HVAC systems manage humidity and cool the indoor air by extracting heat from it. The cooled air is then distributed throughout the building to maintain a comfortable temperature.
Control & Regulation
The temperature settings of a modern HVAC system are managed by a central control system, which is usually operated by a thermostat. Smart features enable seamless control and scheduling.
Sensors & Controls
Modern HVAC systems utilize sensors to monitor temperature, humidity, and air quality. Intelligent controls optimise energy efficiency and comfort.