From their vast experience as a leading HVAC solution provider, Climaveneta has designed ClimaPro: the plant room optimiser
April 3, 2014 (Newswire) - Today in commercial buildings, HVAC accounts for 45% of total energy consumption, 65% of which is used in the plant room alone! The plant room can be considered the heart of HVAC. It is where hot and cold water is created for distribution to other subsystems throughout the building.
Chillers and heat pumps are the heaviest energy consuming components, accounting for 78% of the total plant room energy consumption. Optimisation of the energy used within the plant room is therefore critical to the overall building energy profile, and can only be effectively managed by suitably experienced technical experts.
Following their vast experience as leading HVAC solution providers, Climaveneta has designed a highly specialised control and optimisation solution dedicated to HVAC.
As a matter of fact, Building Management Systems (BMS), typically installed in all modern buildings, integrate and collate data from various sub-systems which control specific areas or functions, and represent a basic and generic solution to manage the air conditioning system.
ClimaPRO, the Climaveneta dedicated solution for optimal control of the entire plant room, offers additional and unique functions that allow you to carve out the control of the plant room HVAC equipment from the BMS, thereby achieving an unchallenged quality of optimisation.
The great advantages given to the building are already evident in the ClimaPro installations: Aporti Palace office building in Milan, Sheraton Mirage Resort in Australia, Amazon's new logistic hub in Piacenza. Different applications and different locations with the same achievements: increased energy efficiency, rationalized maintenance costs energy management and BMS support.
ClimaPRO is therefore the best investment to harness the energy saving potential offered by HVAC plant room equipment, driving real energy saving routines, effectively reducing your total energy bill and achieving something real in terms of sustainability.