Transforming Inefficient AC Systems

 In AC, HVAC

The heat of the summer months leads businesses and buildings to turn up the AC. While this is ideally a solution for comfort from outdoor temperatures, many claim that the office buildings are too cold, leading to problems with both temperature and wasted energy. The technical programs that have been developed for energy efficiency are in need of certain upgrades and solutions to maintain a comfortable temperature. Defining the central problems while looking at ways to implement new energy-efficient technology also offers more to those interested in efficiency with their heating and cooling systems.

Current Issues in Energy Efficiency

The design of AC systems is set to create a default and automated response system to cool air. When the temperature outside is at a certain degree, the AC turns on and moves to a specific alternative temperature. While this was designed to save energy, it equates to a lack of energy efficiency. The continuous circulation of ventilation in rooms and the inability to reset or change the AC controls does not offer consistency in temperatures while creating a freeze in many of the rooms. It is noted that most air systems operate at levels 30 times higher than needed or expected because of the general technical specifications.

Using Technology for Energy Efficiency

Instead of using an autopilot AC program, new technologies offer smarter and greener solutions. Energy efficiency is attainable when there are designs and engineering standards that upgrade the auto AC problem. Technologies that allow changes in room temperature by smart design are one of the concepts now available. Management of energy through an upgraded system offers more efficient approaches in relation to consistency in temperature while allowing buildings to increase energy efficiency and to decrease the wasted amount of energy flow.

With smarter designs for HVAC systems, businesses can increase energy efficiency. There are specific upgrades available with technology that can be added to the current AC systems. This changes the default temperatures that imbalance building temperatures and instead allows everyone to remain comfortable in the heat of the summer.

Contact Automated Control Systems in the Kansas City area to learn more about our HVAC and smart building solutions. Call us at (913) 248-8828 today.

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