Climate parameter measurements form the basis for a pleasant room climate with minimum energy consumption. Temperature, humidity, air flow and pressure differences are not the only relevant parameters. The small mind map here shows you what you should think about for sensor systems and intelligent building technology, and we would be pleased to tell you more in person.
Burner controls can achieve substantial savings in fuel consumption as well as reduced flue gas volume. To enhance this, or some time now we have been working on ways to measure the exit temperature and precisely measure inlet air and fuel volume. The performance of the overall system can be improved significantly by optimizing the relationship between these quantities.
Demand-driven ventilation (VAV)
Reducing air flow leads to significantly lower operating costs due to the combination of reduced fan power and reduced power consumption for air treatment (heating, cooling, dehumidifying and humidifying) as well as longer filter life. This is why variable ventilation systems (VAV) are indispensable in modern buildings. Air flow is adjusted according to the desired air quality, room temperature and humidity or the number of people in the room. We have specialized in this area for several years in connection with our sensors.
Buildings as systems
We focus on the relationships and interactions between the interior and exterior of a building, between its materials, it components and its occupants or use. Our goal is to maximize energy efficiency by using coordinated sensor solutions. This transforms the individual components of a building into an integrated system.
Get us involved in your project right from the start to benefit from our unique sensor expertise as early as the initial design phase. Our many years of experience make us a valuable partner offering wide-ranging support for every project in all phases, from high-level design to detailed design and series production.
Valuable energy is lost if warm waste air is not used. This is why modern buildings use the energy content of the waste air to regulate the temperature of the incoming air. The incoming air is warmed during cold weather and cooled during hot weather. Correct use of our sensors allows up to 90% of the energy in the waste air to be extracted.
Buildings account for 40% of worldwide energy consumption. A suitable building control system can substantially reduce this consumption. We strive to view sensors in the overall building context and implement them accordingly, since the optimal interaction of all components in the complete building system is essential for achieving significantly better efficiency.