As the comfort levels of room occupants and energy efficiency become more and more important in today’s world, HVAC (heating ventilation and air conditioning) control needs to become more accurate and flexible to alter its parameters to match demand. Put simply, this is called Ventilation on Demand.
Titan Products design and manufacture a range of controllers that allows just this. Whether the demands are based on Temperature, CO2, Humidity, CO, Occupancy or Light Level Titan’s controllers automatically adjust the ventilation levels within a room to maintain the prefered level of comfort.
For example, in a meeting room if CO2 and temperature levels rise, the controller will recognise this and circulate more fresh cool air into the room until the CO2 and temperature levels are returned to a comfortable level. At this point the controller will slow down the circulation to a minimum until demand is increased again.
This method of temperature control allows for huge energy savings as the air conditioning or ventilation equipment only operate to the level of demand that is being requested. This eradicates scenarios of HVAC equipment being left on for large periods of time and being used unnecessarily.
The complete HVAC solution from Titan Products
Titan Products also manufacture all the sensors that are fully compatible with our controllers allowing Titan to offer a complete control solution for any project. Titan controllers all communicate on the BACnet protocol which is the leading communications protocol in the HVAC market allowing for great networking opportunities. These networking capabilities allow Titan Products to produce energy efficient control solutions for any project ranging from single zone spaces to large city projects.
The main areas of application for the controllers are Fan Coil Control, Beam Control, Natural ventilation and HVAC control. Titan Products sensors and controllers have been used on some of the largest projects around the world such as the Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpar, Broadgate Tower in London and the Aquatics centre for the London Olympics.
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