enVerid Systems HLR® Technology Shaping the Future for Energy Efficient Buildings
HVAC Load Reduction technology provides unique, proven solution to boost energy efficiency and reduce costs in commercial buildings
Needham, MA–With commercial buildings spending as much as $80 billion dollars annually on heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) costs, the industry is looking to new technologies to pave the way for a future that’s friendlier to the bottom line.
At the forefront is enVerid Systems Inc., the leader in energy savings and indoor air quality solutions for commercial, government and educational buildings, which has seen growing demand for its HVAC Load Reduction® (HLR®) technology with mechanical engineers, building owners, facilities managers and architects. The HLR module is the only solution that safely and intelligently cleans indoor air of contaminants such as carbon dioxide (CO2), formaldehyde, volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and particulate matter (PM2.5), thereby reducing energy consumption by 20 to 40 percent and significantly lowering HVAC costs, while improving indoor air quality (IAQ) for better health, productivity, and satisfaction.
“We are committed to shaping the future of the building industry,” said Dr. Udi Meirav, founder and CEO, enVerid Systems Inc. “Our pioneering technologies are already helping to boost energy efficiency, cost savings, and improve indoor air quality in commercial buildings worldwide.”
Traditionally, commercial buildings replace all of their indoor air with outside air every one to two hours to prevent high concentrations of indoor pollutants. While the process helps limit these pollutants, the high volume of outdoor air must be heated or cooled to maintain comfortable temperatures and humidity inside the building. This represents 30 to 50 percent of the total load on HVAC systems in most climates, resulting in higher first cost on HVAC systems and higher ongoing energy costs.
By cleaning and recycling the indoor air instead of constantly replacing it with outside air, enVerid’s HLR system decreases the outside air intake required to ventilate a building by 60 to 80 percent and also reduces peak HVAC capacity, in up to 40 percent lower utility demand charges. Moreover, with HLR technology, buildings can invest in lower-capacity and less expensive HVAC systems, and benefit from decreased maintenance costs and extended life of existing equipment. The HLR technology is also eligible for local utility rebate programs and has earned significant LEED credits.
“We saw an opportunity to fill a gap in the market with an intelligent technology solution that would more efficiently and effectively capture and clean contaminants like CO2 from indoor air to increase energy efficiency and cost savings,” said Dr. Udi Meirav, founder and CEO, enVerid Systems Inc. “Our HLR solution is now at the forefront of the industry and has been proven effective for decades in airtight environments of spacecraft and submarines.”
enVerid has been deploying HLR modules since 2012, including with leading universities, major corporations, and others. The technology has been endorsed by the U.S. Department of Energy and is also compliant to the standards for ventilation defined by the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE).
For more information, please visit www.enverid.com.
About enVerid Systems Inc.
enVerid Systems Inc. is committed to improving energy efficiency and indoor air quality in buildings worldwide through its innovative HVAC Load Reduction (HLR®) solutions. Awarded the prestigious 2016 R&D 100 Award, enVerid is the only solution that helps commercial, educational and government buildings remove carbon dioxide (CO2), formaldehyde, particulate matter (PM2.5) and volatile organic chemicals (VOCs) from indoor air, reducing the outside air intake required for ventilation. enVerid’s HLR technology is ASHRAE-compliant and has been recognized by the U.S. Department of Energy, the U.S. General Services Administration’s Green Proving Ground Program, and the U.S. Green Building Council. For more information, please visit www.enverid.com.