Heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) can account for approximately 30% of a business’s energy usage. Before considering purchasing new equipment, determine how much energy your business’s HVAC system actually uses. Using a well designed system and implementing comprehensive energy saving techniques can help control your business’s utility costs.
- Reduce your facility’s load allowing the existing system to operate less frequently.
- Implementation of an energy management system can provide great savings to your HVAC equipment.
- Set zones to turn off exhaust fans when not needed and control the temperature of spaces at night.
- When purchasing new equipment, select units that are Energy Star qualified.
- Consider energy recovery ventilation systems to reclaim waste energy from exhaust and use it to condition the incoming air.
- Combine a dehumidification component to your HVAC system to increase customer or employee comfort and reduce the need for larger equipment.
If one-run is to choose what kind of heating system have to use, the best thing we could suggest, in terms of energy and cost savings offered, are heat pumps. Heat Pumps are a '' new technology'' heating by Greek standards, if used for years in other countries of the European Union. Their effectiveness is spectacular, judging performance ranging to 300%. The connection is simple, connected with preexisting heating system, whether it is a circuit radiator (radiator) or a floor heating system.