Priced at $800,000, the HVAC renovations done at a Missouri industrial park were quite extensive, though, according to reports, very warranted. The new systems will feed very large commercial buildings, including one with a footprint of more than half a million square feet.
Now that the systems are up and running, the owners of the space can begin to recognize serious cost savings, thanks to top of the line, highly energy-efficient equipment.
Installation information provided to the public made reference to top of the line HVAC temperature control systems, with the latest in temperature and pressure control sensors. These devices can help to ensure that a very comfortable working environment is maintained, throughout these very large buildings, despite the massive footprints. The sensors are just like those offered by SRP Controls Systems. Though most won’t experience the need to outfit such a large building, there were others involved in this project that are more comparable to those occupied by businesses throughout the country, such as one building measuring in at 75,000 square feet.
With outdoor temperature sensors properly and accurately sensing outdoor air temperatures, the HVAC equipment in each building – both the very large and that of more average size — can utilize duct-mounted sensors to adjust settings and properly control space temperatures while saving energy. The system can reduce- or increase- its effort based on how much heating and cooling is needed to account for the difference between outdoor temperatures and those desired within the building. Meanwhile, pressure sensors mounted in the hydronic systems will monitor pump outputs and modulate pump speeds, based on demand. That means that there is money saved on pump energy as well. Over the lifetime of these systems, the property owners will save far more than they invested in these new systems.