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SINGLE ZONE SYSTEMS

Sometimes, due to poor design, installation and/or commissioning of a control system, buildings are simultaneously heating and cooling.  This poor arrangement causes the unnecessary release of a significant amount of green house gas (GHG) into our environment.  A simple conservation circuit can correct this problem.

Key Benefits

bullet Significant money savings
bullet Significant reduction in pollution
bullet Health and environmental benefits for us and our children

In this case study we ask that the operator consider what they would do if they were to control all of the building functions manually.  Would they turn on mechanical cooling to compensate for overheating?  Would they first turn off the heat?  At what point would they open a window?  We see quickly that we would not pay for cooling when it is cool outside and that we would not open a window while we are paying for heating.  Getting these building functions to occur in a logical order has the potential for great savings.View a full Single Zone Case Study.

 

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