Improved Tenant Comfort Air Conditions:
- Real-time monitoring of tenant conditions
- Greater load-based control strategies
- Trend data of performance, improved fault-finding
- Air quality management (CO2)
- After hours operational requests, tenant billing
- Alarm notifications of faults reduce downtime
- Automated changeover of failed equipment
In some of the strictest definitions, air conditioning is used to describe systems that control the moisture content of air, that is, its humidity. This can include humidification and dehumidification. Humidity control can be important for; the comfort of building occupants, to reduce the incidence of condensation (both surface and interstitial), for specialist environments such as swimming pools, and where the protection of sensitive items requires particular conditions.
Air conditioning involves full control over the humidity within the conditioned space as well as temperature control.
HVAC is one of the biggest energy-consuming equipment and needs to work efficiently.
Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) is generally responsible for a significant proportion of total building energy consumption. A typical system accounts for approximately 40% of total building consumption and 70% of base building.