The energetic consumption of the HVAC system of a laboratory building means between the 60-80% of the total energetic costs of the building, being the exterior air treatment the main responsible of it. The solution to reduce the quantity of the exterior air that circulates in the building in a safety way, and to obtain an energetic savings is to incorporate the Optinet system.
Our solution is a complete combination of technologies that allows, through a ventilation in buildings control, establishing efficient and healthy energetic strategies for the laboratory users. Through the management of the sensor system of the multiple sampling of the different environmental parameters inside a building, the ventilation system is prepared to work with effective, precise, reliable cost and analyzing its performance.
This information integrates with the building control system to achieve energetic savings with a perspective that includes: under demand ventilation control, free cooling based on enthalpy differences, and the dynamic control of the dilution ventilation in laboratories and vivarium. These strategies reduce significantly the energy consumption, at the time that the environment quality inside the building improves, and in many cases, can reduce the costs of the initial investment on the building construction.