Controls and Pumps
Modern variable speed pumps and improved control systems will greatly improve the efficiency of your system. Other improvements are using TRVs, powerflushing systems which are high in 'sludge' and regular maintenance of equipment.
For maximum efficiency, the heating and cooling systems should not be managed manually but by using timers and sensor controls.
Building Management Systems (BMS) monitor and control services such as heating, ventilation and air conditioning ensuring they operate at maximum levels of efficiency and economy. There are many types of control from simple wireless thermostats to full weather compensation and optimisation, which can be monitored by an off site web-browser.
Phone us to discuss how you can reduce your bills and increase efficiency.
From Jan 1 2013 Glandless ciruclation pumps for heating and air-conditioning will no longer be available. From 1 August 2015 Controlled glandless pumps for heating and air conditioning and integrated pumps will no longer be available The benefit of introducing the new energy efficient pumps will be lower running costs to the customer in times of higher fuel bills.