Three ways to prepare facilities for rising temperatures this summer

 

With summer just around the corner, here are some tips for facilities managers to consider when preparing their buildings to beat the heat:

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Reduce HVAC Loads Now, Beat the Summer Heat and Reduce Energy Costs

 

With summer temperatures around the corner, now is the time for you to make preparations for your building(s) to beat the summer heat. Did you know that heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) costs account for 44 percent of energy consumption in all U.S. commercial buildings and 53 percent in U.S. office buildings? Cooling the outside air coming into a building during hot summer weather requires greater energy consumption, which means higher costs.

enVerid’s HLR® Technology Wins Money-Saving Product Award from BUILDINGS Magazine

 

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enVerid’s HLR® Technology Wins Money-Saving Product Award from BUILDINGS Magazine

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2017 Money-Saving Products - HVAC Boosters

 

HLR 1000E

With its HLR technology, the HLR 1000E captures and cleans indoor air of contaminants including carbon dioxide, formaldehyde, VOCs, and particulate matter. Lowers upfront HVAC costs and reduces energy consumption by 20-40%, with improved IAQ providing better health, productivity, and occupant satisfaction. Cleaning indoor air rather than constantly replacing it with outdoor air reduces HVAC energy usage and yields a 60-80% reduction in outdoor air needed for ventilation.

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Major New York Financial Services Company Selects enVerid Systems HLR Technology

 

With commercial buildings spending as much as $80 billion annually on heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) costs, the industry is looking to new technologies to pave the way for a future that is friendlier to the bottom line.

Commercial Buildings Need to Prepare Now to Beat the Summer Heat

 

With summer's hot and humid temperatures just around the corner, now is the time for commercial buildings to make preparations to beat the summer heat.

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Air Cleaning System Keeps HVAC Loads, IAQ in Check

 

ArcBest, a multibillion-dollar logistics company in Fort Smith, AR, recently outgrew its headquarters. Designed for an occupancy level of 850 people, the headquarters has grown to 1,085 people plus visitors. Ten percent of the people work nights, requiring 24/7 conditioning of air.

HVAC Technologies can Result in Reduced Energy Costs and Higher Occupant Satisfaction during Summer's Peak Demand Days

 

Traditionally, indoor air in commercial buildings is replaced with outside air every one to two hours to prevent high concentrations of indoor air pollutants. While the process helps limit these pollutants, the high volume of outdoor air must be cooled to maintain comfortable temperatures and humidity inside the building during the summer months.

Summer Heat a Comfort/Energy Challenge for Buildings

 

Approaching heat and humidity of summer signals the time for commercial building contractors and managers to make preparations to beat the heat. And with that comes energy savings, with the right approach.

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With Summer's Hot and Humid Temperatures Just Around The Corner, Now is the Time for Commercial Buildings to Make Preparations to Beat the Heat

 

Heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) costs account for 44 percent of energy consumption in all U.S. commercial buildings and a whopping 53 percent in U.S. office buildings, according to the 2012 U.S. EIA Commercial Buildings Energy Consumption Survey (CBECS) - and with warmer temperatures on the horizon, greater energy consumption is required to cool the outside air coming into a building, resulting in higher costs.