Smarter management for softer landings

One of the key challenges facing building services engineers is how to ensure that heating and cooling systems are designed in a way that enables building owners to operate these assets efficiently throughout their life.

Lower temperatures for higher efficiency

With the move to using a mix of different heat sources to achieve low carbon heating, system operating temperatures have become increasingly important. Lars Fabricius explains why: In recent years there has been a move to combining a number of different heat sources within a heating system.

How not to fail the IAQ test

Speaking to the CIBSE Journal, SAV’s Lars Fabricius has outlined the benefits of low noise MVHR (mechanical ventilation with heat recovery) units, individually mounted within each space, for maintaining acceptable indoor air quality (IAQ) in classrooms.

How low can you go?

The last few years have seen some significant changes in the ways that heating and domestic hot water are generated in buildings.

SAV launches Mini LoadTracker CHP units

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SAV Systems has introduced two new Mini LoadTracker models to its modular range of modulating CHP units, bringing the benefits of combined heat and power to smaller buildings.

SAV Systems sponsors Heat 2014 conference

SAV Systems has been confirmed as a principal sponsor of the Heat 2014 conference, organised by the Combined Heat & Power Association (CHPA) and the Energy Institute.

The elephant in the room

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Optimising the energy performance of a building requires access to meaningful data. *Elio Galluzzi of SAV Systems explains how this can be achieved by acknowledging and managing the elephant in the room.

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