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Building Management Solutions
Building Management Solutions
Integrated Management, Increased Control
- Gain better insights from your building with aggregated data across systems
- Secure your data, people, and processes with Alerton’s suite of cybersecurity software and services
- Continuously improve your operational efficiency with artificial intelligence
Long-term solution, low cost of ownership
Our technology provides long-term reliability with the flexibility to easily upgrade when your needs change. Backward compatibility helps you avoid costly retrofits, so you can efficiently keep your system up-to-date.
Building and system evaluations refer to the process of assessing the performance, functionality, and overall condition of a building or system. These evaluations can be conducted for a variety of reasons, including ensuring compliance with building codes and regulations, identifying potential safety hazards, assessing the overall efficiency of the building or system, or determining the need for repairs or upgrades.
Automated sequences of operation can help to prevent equipment failures, minimize downtime, and prolong the life of a facility’s systems. By minimizing the strain on resources, facilities are able to operate more efficiently and effectively, providing a better experience for customers and reducing the impact on the environment. Additionally, the cost savings that come from using automated sequences of operation can help facilities to invest in other areas of their business, leading to long-term growth and success.
Installing your control system
Once the project begins, we will work safely and diligently to meet scheduled deadlines while updating you on the progress of the job. Our company provides startup and commissioning to ensure the systems are working to the designed specifications. After the project is completed, we provide maintenance schedules and can remain your servicing contractor for all of your HVAC and control needs.
Discover the Value of Working with ETS
Energy Tech Solutions delivers cost-effective, efficient building controls that are tailored to any environment you need. We provide you with state-of-the-art control system packages that best suit your needs and budgets.
Find out how you can benefit from Energy Tech’s products and services for integrating control systems into your buildings.
Invest in Your Environment. Reap the Benefits.
Controlling and operating facilities at peak efficiency is a complex job. From maintaining optimal comfort while maximizing energy savings to creating safe and well-lit spaces, there are a number of issues that must be addressed to keep your employees and customers happy.
We do so by pairing top-of-the-line building automation systems with exceptional service to successfully meet your facility management objectives. Now’s the time to get comfortable with a controls partner you can trust.
Did You Know?
Energy Tech Solutions is Integrating personal schedules, events, and holidays for your HVAC & Lighting systems to keep your operations going without thinking about facility maintenance on your off-schedule days.
Is commissioning important in mechanical and controls projects?
Commissioning is the most important part of any mechanical and control project because it is the process of certifying that the equipment is installed properly and is running as expected.
After commissioning, the equipment can be used with confidence knowing that it is reliable and will operate as designed.
Commissioning ensures proper system performance, helps to prevent costly repairs, ensures proper operation, confirms system functionality, and provides a safe operating environment.
It also allows the user to verify that the right components have been purchased and installed according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
Additionally, commissioning helps detect and fix any system oversights or deficiencies before the system is put into full operation.
What is Bacnet?
BACnet (Building Automation and Control Network) is a communication protocol created to allow automation and control products to communicate with each other in commercial buildings.
BACnet was specifically designed to be able to integrate applications from different vendors in the same system.
This protocol allows these products to communicate over Ethernet, ARCNet, Master-Slave/Token-Passing, and LonWorks.
BACnet is an open standard maintained by the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE).
It is commonly used for controlling building functions such as air handling systems, security, fire and life safety, lighting, and energy management.
Why building automation systems are important
Building automation systems are an important tool for efficiently managing a building’s energy use and comfort.
Automation systems have the ability to control a building’s temperature, ventilation, lighting, security, and other systems all from one central hub.
These systems help reduce energy costs by allowing for automatic adjustments to lighting, temperature, and ventilation based on occupancy and outside conditions.
Automation systems can also provide analytics that help monitor and inform decisions about the building’s energy efficiency, and long-term sustainability goals.
Additionally, automation systems provide increased safety and security by alerting facility managers to emergency situations and implementing automated lockout procedures.
By integrating automation solutions with strategic maintenance procedures, productivity, comfort, and efficiency can all be improved.
In other words, building automation systems help provide a safe, comfortable, and energy-efficient environment for everyone.
How a mechanical and control design build plan works
Mechanical and control design-build plans are a comprehensive approach to mechanical engineering projects.
This type of plan involves both the design and construction of mechanical systems.
The design portion involves developing detailed models and drawings of the system, while the build portion involves the physical installation of parts and components and the programming of controllers to regulate the system.
The main benefit of this approach is that it reduces project costs by allowing the customer to approve both the design and construction stages of the project at the same time.
Additionally, the customer can be involved in each stage of the project, ensuring that the system is exactly what they need.