Higher order for a better atmosphere
It’s amazing to know that about 42% of the world's energy is used on buildings. However, only a few are aware that up to 30% of the energy used on building (a very significant amount), is senselessly wasted when there is an inefficient building management structure.
State-of-the-art electrical engineering ensures that operation via smart technologies and networked systems in buildings becomes more economical, more efficient and at the same time more comfortable. Heating, cooling and ventilation systems (HVAC) already account for large amounts of energy; as such, technical intervention tends to highly required here.
This applies to modernization measures, as well as to new buildings. Each building, which can be flexibly automated to the functional processes in operation, provides the operators with an invaluable business benefit.
Hepp-Schwamborn installs control and automation systems for offices and manufacturing companies that can handle smart energy distribution. This is where the perfectly harmonized and qualified team at Hepp-Schwamborn puts forth the planning and construction. The vendor-independent use of proven systems and components simplifies the process. Frequency-controlled drives, DDC systems and building management systems (BMS), for example, each contribute their share in order to optimize fuel consumption and, among other things, ensure constant climate values.
Individual requirements are always involved in the successful project planning, production, assembly and installation of the building equipment, right up to its commissioning. Hepp-Schwamborn has built a reputation for decades with tailor-made solutions.
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