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Industrial solutions for energy efficiency in buildings

by Advantic Sistemas y Servicios S.L     based in Alcobendas, SPAIN

Nowadays, the new laws of protection and sustainability, increased energy prices and greater environmental awareness and drive increased largely rational use of energy, not only for end users but also large consumers and systems thereby improving efficiency in buildings.

Flow & Energy Management Solutions for building automation

by Spire Metering Technology     based in Marlborough, MASSACHUSETTS (USA)

For comprehensive energy efficiency monitoring for both hot water systems and chilled water systems. Reduce energy bills by monitoring the usage. Conserve energy and go green.

Air Conditioning Energy Saving Systems

by EnviroTech Limited     based in Masdar City, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

Air Conditioning Energy Saver Systems, Made in England, UK saves up to 30% of Air Conditioning Energy Consumption and Electricity Bill Costs. The UK made Air Air Conditioning Energy Saver System is Ideal for the following Key Applications:- Government Buildings, Transport Terminals, Airports, Hotels, Villas and Houses, Offices, Leisure Facilities, Industrial Buildings, Clubs, Supermarkets, Restaurants, Retail, Shopping Malls, Labor Accommodation, The ETL AirCon Energy Saver System from EnviroTech (ETL) is “Manufactured in England” with distributors in: Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, RAK, and Ajman throughout the U.A.E also in Oman, Kuwait, Egypt and Saudi Arabia will save between 20% to 30% of Air Conditioning kWh Energy Consumption and Electricity Costs by reducing the run times on the air conditioning unit compressor and increasing Energy Efficiency. This intelligent UK air conditioning energy saver system or air conditioning energy saver system will analyse the temperatures.

Air cleaning system for the retail

by Dynamic Air Quality Solutions     based in Princeton, NEW JERSEY (USA)

Of the almost 5 million commercial buildings in the U.S., retail buildings account for the largest energy bills and are responsible for the second largest percentage of greenhouse gas emissions, according to the EPA.  There are a growing number of retail companies that are embracing the principles of sustainability, taking actions that are tangible, measurable and meaningful in reducing the use of scarce resources and improving the efficiency of their businesses.  For a large company, this can add up to millions of dollars in annual savings.

Carbon Dioxide Monitoring for Indoor Air Quality

by Edinburgh Instruments Ltd     based in Livingston, UNITED KINGDOM

Introduction: Accurate control of critical indoor environmental parameters is not only essential for the well-being and comfort of building occupants, but also has a major impact on energy efficiency. A multitude of parameters can affect indoor air quality (IAQ) from gases such as carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide and volatile organic compounds to particulates, humidity and bacteria such as legionella. Carbon dioxide is one of the greatest variables affecting indoor environmental quality since it is produced by people occupying the building. Carbon dioxide production is a function of the number, size and activity levels of the people present in the building. Local concentrations can therefore vary dramatically – for example when a meeting room is occupied, or while workers are on lunch or coffee breaks.

Indoor Air Quality Monitoring

by Edinburgh Instruments Ltd     based in Livingston, UNITED KINGDOM

Accurate control of critical indoor environmental parameters is not only essential for the well-being and comfort of building occupants, but also has a major impact on energy efficiency. A multitude of parameters can affect indoor air quality (IAQ) from gases such as carbon dioxide (CO2), carbon monoxide (CO) and volatile organic compounds to particulates, humidity and bacteria such as legionella. CO2 is one of the greatest variables affecting indoor environmental quality since it is produced by people occupying the building. CO2 production is a function of the number, size and activity levels of the people present in the building. Local concentrations can therefore vary dramatically – for example when a meeting room is occupied, or while workers are on lunch or coffee breaks. Excess CO2 levels can lead to tiredness and a lack of concentration and can contribute to the symptoms of Sick Building Syndrome such as headaches, eye, nose and throat irritation, itchy skin and nausea.

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