Project delays are any manager or company owner's nightmare. They're even worse when it comes down to something they ultimately have control over - like environmental conditions in their workspace or facility. But with sustainable HVAC products, spaces can be properly heated, cooled, and ventilated without raising costs or wasting energy. Let's take a closer look at how it all works.
Keeping your workspace comfortable and within proper conditions is critical for ensuring your employees and coworkers can do their jobs safely and that critical processes can happen in the ideal environment. As anyone who's worked with HVAC knows, it can be expensive and wasteful to operate these systems manually, and dangerous to potentially let conditions get out of safe bounds. That's where Veris' sustainable HVAC products come in. Using these simple and affordable devices, you'll see major changes in the conditions and cost of your workspace - all without the need to actively monitor them yourself.
Smart building sensors are among the most critical parts in avoiding delays and keeping your HVAC system sustainable. Here are a few of the most common categories.
Temperature sensors are among the most common and obvious forms of HVAC building automation. A temperature HVAC sensor simply observes how hot or cold a given area is and compares it to the desired level, like the thermostats many of us are familiar with at home. If it's significantly hotter or colder, it'll kick on the HVAC system to bring things back in line. The most basic type of HVAC sensor will simply read the temperature, whereas more advanced models can also tweak the temperature within a particular space or provide information on current conditions via a screen.
Humidity is also a critical factor in keeping employees comfortable, not to mention keeping certain types of electronic and other equipment operating properly. Humidity sensors will keep an eye on this, taking steps to reduce or add moisture to the air as necessary. This is an extremely valuable type of sensor in that while many people intuitively know when the temperature is off, humidity can be more difficult to assess, especially if small changes can make a big difference in how machines or people operate.
For environments with multiple variables that need to be tracked and responded to, a combination sensor is an excellent choice. Along with monitoring temperature and humidity, many can track carbon dioxide levels, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and more, as well as communicate with a variety of climate control systems.
Some project delays are unavoidable. But there's no reason to let climate and environmental conditions cause them, either. With sustainable HVAC products from Veris, building supervisors and managers can let smart sensors think for them, keeping conditions and projects on track. Shop now and find the perfect sensor or other product for your needs!