Individual HVAC systems are closely linked with one another: For example, heating systems provide for a constant, comfortable room temperature, while ventilation systems ensure adequate replenishment of fresh air. Not only do temperature and fresh air play a vital role here, for an atmosphere that promotes an effective improvement in performance and the well-being of the occupants also requires that the relative humidity in the rooms also be properly regulated. Optimal interaction of the systems and sustainable use of energy are essential in this equation.
Need-Oriented and Efficient Control of HVAC Systems
Need-oriented and efficient regulation and control of HVAC systems is indispensable for achieving a permanent reduction of energy costs: Users and operators can therefore exert a major influence on energy consumption, for example by switching off the system when it is not needed, or by adapting the room temperature and timer program to times of effective use. The possibility for automatic regulation of HVAC systems not only provides greater comfort for users, it also improves the climate in a building with maximum economy and minimal energy costs.
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