For mechanical engineers, client demands and HVAC design requirements get tougher every year. Energy codes keep changing and requiring higher and higher energy efficiency, but higher energy efficiency usually means higher HVAC costs and complexity, while clients continue to tighten budgets and schedules. On top of all this, your clients want LEED certification. So how does an engineer provide a highly energy-efficient HVAC system that comes in under budget and can be designed quickly to minimize project hours?
enVerid can help. The single largest energy waste in buildings comes from ventilation requirements. enVeridHLR modules maintain indoor air quality while only requiring a fraction of the outside airflow normally designed into HVAC systems. As a result, clients can reduce outside air by 60-80%, enabling a 20-30% energy savings on the biggest energy hog in the building – the HVAC. enVerid’s approach is fully compliant with ASHRAE standards, the International Mechanical Code[MM1] , and USGBC LEED requirements. And best of all, in most projects, HLR Technology will not increase the building cost. In fact ,it will reduce the costs in many cases.
HLR Technology can be applied to any building that follows the ASHRAE 62.1 standard, including office spaces, universities, K-12 schools, museums, libraries, ice rinks, fitness centers, airports, train stations, meeting rooms, and event centers. And HLR Technology can be applied to any type of HVAC system, including VRF.
enVerid has a much better approach and it’s already been adopted by some of the leading brands in the world. Make your engineering consulting services stand out from the crowd and bring your clients a better HVAC design.