UVGI-Energy Saver

 

INTRODUCTION

Rising energy cost directly and detrimentally affect the profit/loss statements  of building owners and tenants.Heating,ventilating and air-conditioning a commercial building often consumes more energy than any other activity in the building. according to U.S Department of Energy studies of commericial buildings, HVAC equipment typically accounts for over 40% of a building's energy usage.Given the amount of energy HVAC system use, improvements in equipment efficiency equate to significant reductions in building operatioing cost. 

Energy standards and building codes have driven the design of energy effiecent building as much as,if not more than increased energy costs over the past decade. The  "standard of care" of the HVAC industry for energ efficent building design ANSI/ASHRAE /IESNA Standard 90.1, the "Energy Standard for Buillding Except Low-Rise Buildings".Standard 90.1 includes requirements for the building envelope,HVAC system lighting, and  other systems withtin a building that consume energy.Compliance with ASHRAE 90.1 is not just a good idea: in many  jurisdictions it is mandatory.

 

Clearly,energy conservation in buildings is important. Since the HVAC is one of the primary energy users n buildings, efficient air-handling  units and air distribution system can save significant amount of energy,reduce operating cost and comply with widely used energy standard and building codes. This application guide will focus on air handling unit design consideration that improve performance and reduce energy consumption.

 

ENERGY Conservation and Management

 

 Air Handling Unit Optimization

ASPIRO specialized in providing energy saving solution and services for existing buildings.Using both the building management systems and for both new and exisiting installation, we offer a rnage of services for conservation and management of energy in building.

ASPIRO's enrgy saving solution through Air Handling Unit Optimization that can reducec up to 25% and more of the electricity consumption

Throughout the region,the air condition consume more than 50% of building totoal electricity consumption.In building having I arge air handling units(AHU) considerable savings can be made by otimizing their operation,whereup to 40% of electricity spent by these can be reduced.

Based on building type and AHU served area,an optimized sequence of operation for the Air Handling Units implemented based on actual demand and conditon in the served area, that ensures its minimunm energy consumption without compromising on occupants comfort.

SOLUTION:

Our services include:

  •  System study and proposal for energy saving
  • IMplement of AHU control solution
  • Ensuring the most efficent control of Air Handling Units without compromising on the comfort and eliminating wasting of energy.

SAVINGS:

Actial savings achieved by optimization of AHU depend onmany factory (served area, occupancy, AHU type and configuration,building type,etc.)but can be generally estimated to be at least 25% of the unit electricity consumption.

The estimated amount of saving will vary for each building and is detemined during building inspection.Previous electricityconsumption records(Electricity bills)are required.

INVESTMENT

The investment is low and ensures quick return.Actual required investment is detemined during the building inspection.

ELIGIBLITY

All types of building having larger Air Handling Units.Saving potential is considerably higher in non residential building such as schools, office buildings, commercial building,shopping malls, hospital,hotels etc.

IMPLEMENTATION

Quick and easy and does not disturb the building occupants.

RETURN of INVESTMENT

Return of Investment period is typically between eight months and two years, after which the saving will continue.

 

OPERATION & MAINTENANCE COST COMPARISON

 

 

Energy Conservation and Management Air Handling Unit optimization

 

We are specialized in providing energy saving solutions and services for existing buildings. Using both the building management systems and room automation systems, and for both new and existing installations, we offer a range of services for conservation and management of energy in buildings.

 

We would like to highlight on our energy saving solution through Air Handling Unit optimization that can reduce up to 40% and more of their electricity consumption. Throughout Malaysia, the air conditioning consumes more than 50% of building total electricity consumption.


In buildings having large air handling units (AHU), optimizing their operation can make considerable savings, where up to 40% of electricity spent by these units can be reduced. Based on building type and AHU served area, an optimized sequence of operation for the Air Handling Unit is implemented, based on actual demand and conditions in the served area, that ensures its minimum energy consumption, without compromising on occupants’ comfort.

 

Solution:

Our services include:

1.  System study and proposal for energy saving AHU Optimization.

2. Implementation of AHU control solution

3. Ensuring the most efficient control of Air Handling Units, without compromising on the comfort and eliminating wasting of energy.

 

Savings:

Actual savings achieved by optimization of AHU depend on many factors (served area, occupancy, AHU type and configuration, building type, etc), but can be generally estimated to be at least 25% of the unit electricity consumption.The estimated amount of savings will vary for each building and is determined during building inspection. Previous electricity consumption records (Electricity bills) are required.

 

Investment

The investment is low and ensures quick return. Actual required investment is determined during the building inspection.

 

Eligibility:

All types of buildings having larger Air Handling Units.

Saving potential is considerably higher in non residential buildings such as schools, office buildings, commercial buildings, shopping malls, hospitals, hotels etc.

 

Implementation

Quick and easy and does not disturb the building occupants.

 

Return of Investment

Return of Investment period is typically between eight months and two years, after which the savings will continue.