Webinar: Kan man nedsætte hastigheden eller stoppe komfortventilation i CTS/BMS-anlæg

Focus on facility management and a good indoor climate in the office

Did you not have the opportunity to participate in the webinar Can you reduce the speed or stop comfort ventilation in CTS/BMS systems ? Then you now have the opportunity to watch the recording of the webinar, where you can hear Johnny Hansen from Schneider Electric talk about why it is important that the facility management team collaborates with top management to prepare a climate policy with employee acceptance to document good indoor climate in the office .

This gives the opportunity to look at scenarios where it is possible to reduce the speed or stop comfort ventilation depending on the agreed climate policy. Johnny thus offers a different control and regulation with a focus on comfort and interaction between the technical air conditioning systems. He will address the following:

  • What is an indoor climate policy?
  • How is comfort level agreed?
  • Can we stop ventilation altogether?
  • Can we start later and stop earlier?
  • Which settings should we use for the task?
  • Is there interaction between technical facilities?
  • Can we get it accepted by the management/SU?
  • How to use the calculation tool?

You can read more about the webinar below:

Hear Johnny Hansen talk about how employees who work with facility management can control comfort ventilation.
Hear Johnny Hansen talk about how employees who work with facility management can manage comfort ventilation and ensure a good indoor climate in the office.

Reduce complaints with your facility management team

Most people probably know one or more people who regularly complain about bad and heavy indoor climate in the office or workplace. With a climate policy in hand that focuses on improving comfort and indoor climate , you will avoid the daily discussion about excessively hot meeting rooms and poor indoor climate in the office, hospital, school and institution.

An indoor climate policy can help the employees who work with facility management to manage the indoor climate and document that the comfort is in accordance with what was agreed. Johnny will thus guide you through the benefits of an indoor climate policy.

Employee satisfaction is created in the facility management department

In addition, Johnny goes in depth with how your facility management team can use the different indoor climate categories to categorize how satisfied the employees are with the comfort and indoor climate in the office. Categories that are normally used to understand the impact the indoor climate and temperature have on the performance the employees deliver, and how you can change employee satisfaction with the help of these categories. There is a big difference in how the temperature should be set, respectively. summer and winter, as employees typically dress differently depending on the season.

If you have your temperature under control and have drawn up an indoor climate strategy, the individual employee knows whether he or she should wear an extra shirt and a pair of long trousers if they come in at times when the temperature is lowered. A visible policy will therefore make it easier for the individual employee to understand why the temperature is set as it is. Which will result in fewer complaints to your facility management department.

Setting the ventilation system for optimal indoor climate in the office

At the end of the webinar, Johnny also touches on how your facility management team can regulate the ventilation in different ways. Johnny talks about the different forms of regulation, including how the supply temperature can be controlled through the outside temperature, fixed supply temperature, room temperature etc. You can also see more about this part in Johnny’s video ‘Recycling according to the building regulations (BR20)’ here .

In addition, he touches on how a motion sensor can help give permission for opening or closing the dampers in the system, how setting time programs can help to reduce or increase the ventilation in the room and about the advantage of using analogue time control.

Watch or watch the webinar again for even more tips for managing your ventilation, your BMS/CTS system and the optimal indoor climate in the office.

For use in your facility management, the Danish Technological Institute (DTI) and the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) have jointly analyzed the impact of good comfort and total economy. Total economy provides a good overview of how employees’ performance increases when they work in a good indoor climate.

If you are further interested in calculating what benefit you get from drawing up an indoor climate policy, then (as Johnny mentions in the video) Innobyg in collaboration with DTU and TI has developed a tool to calculate how the indoor climate has an impact on the overall economy. You will find the report here . On p. 41 you can find the calculation tool.

Watch or re-watch the other building management webinars

Webinar: Summer shutdown of technical installations: click here

Webinar: New digital options for the operation and maintenance of buildings: click here

Hvis du har brug for yderlig vejledning i energioptimering, er du meget velkommen til at kontakte Schneider Electric via vores kontaktformular.

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