Our clients enjoy:
- Reduced Carbon Footprint
- New Promotional Opportunities
- Decreased Energy Consumption
- Optimal Equipment Performance
- Proper Indoor Air Quality
- Improved Occupant Comfort
- Increased Employee Productivity
- Minimal Indoor Humidity Levels
- Reduced Equipment Failure Rates
- Reduced Maintenance Costs
Energy Reduction Solutions
Reducing the energy consumption of an existing building is our business. At IET we have an unique platform that enable us to recommend logical and practical energy management solutions.
Perhaps you've thought your energy bills were simply a fact of life that you had very little control over. That’s where we come in. IET offers a variety of control solutions, giving you the reins on your energy consumption.
Installs on existing equipment enabling you to perform a large variety of energy management tactics
- Minimize equipment run time by implementing control strategies
- Full scalability meaning it is cost effective for small building applications as well as large buildings and campuses
- Increases comfort as result of greater control over your AC equipment
- Graphic interface overviews of your entire building and associated equipment reduces your administrative involvement
- Monitor hourly/daily/monthly energy consumption
Co2 Demand Control Ventilation
Reduces outside air quantities when operating during those off-peak occupancy hours
- Reduces energy consumption by decreasing introduction of hot/humid outside air as a result of monitoring carbon dioxide levels in the space
- The most cost effective and often free upgrade after DCV Incentive rebate
Kitchen Hood Demand Control Ventilation
Varies the exhaust airflow and make-up airflows during those non-peak hours between (1) Morning Prep & Breakfast, (2) Breakfast & Lunch, (3) Lunch & Dinner and (4) Dinner and closing
- An average Kitchen can save up to 50% a year in ventilation energy costs (FPL independent study)
- Save energy by automatically adjusting fan speeds in direct correlation to the amount of cooking under way
- When Hood operation is scaled back, it reduces the amount of conditioned air escaping and therfore reduces the need for replacement cooling
- FPL’s Kitchen DCV Incentive helps pay for the install
Reduce Exhaust and Outside Air Quantity
Ensuring that your building is only exhausting the required amount of conditioned air from your building is imperative in reducing your buildings overall energy consumption
- Measuring the buildings overall Exhaust Air quantity and confirming that it is operating at its minimum values is a fundamental and critical step in reducing a buildings energy consumption.
- Equally, measuring the buildings overall Outside Air quantity and confirming that it is also operating at its minimum values is a critical step in reducing a buildings energy consumption.
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