Save Energy without compromising your Comfort & Indoor Climate
Finpower’s Demand Control Ventilation (DCV) is a HVAC control system which is regarded as the most efficient way to balance indoor air quality with energy savings. The concept of demand controlled ventilation rests on the principle of providing occupants with the right amount of fresh air, when they need it, where it is useful. With intelligent airflow management (included demand controlled ventilation), energy savings are made on every occasion that the need for ventilation is low or null, which can represent more than half the time. Conversely, an activity that emits indoor air pollution such as preparation in a kitchen, a shower, or even the release of odorous metabolic compounds, generates a need for a greater ventilation to remove the pollution quickly. Air inlets supply fresh air to rooms like bedrooms and living rooms & extract grilles take air away from wet rooms like bathrooms and kitchens. Fan is that which exhausts the extracted air out of the building.
At every moment, demand controlled ventilation offers an optimization of heating consumption and indoor air quality, on a fully automated basis. Ventilation system is designed on this concept of DCV, which beyond being particularly effective for the comfort of the occupant, has many other benefits.
Better air renewal for greater comfort by providing the ventilation for the places that need the most. When a main room is occupied, its relative humidity increases; the air inlets then open more to increase airflow and better evacuate stale air. Activity in wet rooms (kitchen, bathroom, toilets, etc.) is accompanied by water vapor emissions; the opening of the exhaust units increases with the relative humidity, increasing the airflow and so evacuating polluted air more rapidly.
The higher relative humidity generated by breathing and human activity in the kitchen or shower, for example, can lead to destructive condensation, in which molds can grow. When the relative humidity increases dangerously, humidity sensitive exhaust units open quickly to evacuate excess moisture and eliminate the risk of condensation.
What are the benefits of HVAC Control System at Finpower?
- Energy Savings of 10% to 40%
- Better air quality and more comfortable spaces
- Increased employee health and customer satisfaction
- Reduced operating costs
- Installation savings with Utility rebates
- Lowered monthly Utility bills
- Greater energy efficiency
- Less impact on the environment
The basic functions of DCV are:
- Air is moved where the need is
- Always step less
- Always supervised
DCV regulates the following
Temperature – To maintain right temperature in the required premises.
Air quality – Ensuring the best to maintain a comfort and healthy living
Humidity– So that molds are not formed inside the premises
Occupancy – to save energy.
Who should install this technology?
- Facilities with operating hours where occupancy varies and is unpredictable.
- Buildings that seldom reach maximum occupancy.
Facilities that may qualify include:
- Retail Stores
- Commercial Buildings
- High Rise Residential
- Lecture halls and other performance spaces
- Places of worship
Finpower proves its strong acumen in designing fresh air handling unit with Demand Control Ventilation (DCV) for energy saving. DCV is also used to monitor the carbon dioxide (CO₂) concentrations. CO₂ levels continuously fluctuate in buildings and as the concentrations changes, we can assign fans to ramp up on the set points. Finpower’s Air conditioning equipment can also be supplied with high-efficiency EC motor with fan wall arrangement in supply & extract completely integrated with HMI panel, monitoring and controlling the temperature of cooling coil & run around coil to optimize the power consumption, communicating on BMS protocol which is existing in the building.
Contact Us for All Your Air Conditioning Needs
Finpower is always ready to help you boost your air conditioner equipment to a new level. We are well-versed in manufacturing of Air Handling Units, Fan Coil Units, Ecology Units, Condensing Units, Electrostatic Precipitator & Package Unit. Write us at firstname.lastname@example.org for all your queries. We want your HVAC system to be your partner in better indoor air quality.