In today’s economic climate saving energy is vital around the world. Saving energy has the added benefit of saving money! Aircon costs can be controlled on a room occupancy basis with the Air Economiser Room Attendant HVAC controller.
- Has your estates manager or energy manager looked at the percentage of usage of rooms?
- Does your facility have rooms that are air conditioned or heated for 10 hours of the day but are only occupied for 70% of that time or even less?
Air conditioning can use a huge amount of energy. In fact, air conditioning can increase a building’s energy consumption and associated carbon emissions by up to 100%.
Even though air conditioning can use lots of energy, lots of organisations choose to use it – not least because of the extra heat generated by increasing use of IT equipment.
Surveys have shown that huge amounts of energy are wasted on a daily basis, running HVAC units when rooms are unoccupied, students on vacation, shutdowns etc.
The Air Economiser Room Attendant is:
- Simple, economic to install and use
- Initial outlay very economic per unit.
Contact us to complete a simple survey which will calculate how quickly a ROI could be achieved – Tel: 00441 202 764778
Facilities that are using the controller and saving energy, enabling organisations to comply with the UK Government’s carbon reduction legislation, typically are:
- Teaching Spaces
- Meeting and Conference Rooms
- Staff Rooms
- Reduction in energy bills and carbon emissions
- Controls individual air-conditioning units
- Allows close individual room climate control for maximum efficiency and comfort
- Can be used to control windows and doors with additional sensors
- Compliments existing Building Management System installations
- Low cost giving rapid return on investment
- Low maintenance
- For hospitality applications – allows air-conditioning to remain on whilst occupants are sleeping by cleverly monitoring the occupancy status
For data sheets, further information or a quotation please contact Julie England
On 0044 1202 764778