BMS (BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS)

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A Building Management System, otherwise known as a building automation system, is a computer-based control system installed in buildings that controls and monitors the building's mechanical and electrical equipment such as ventilation, lighting, power systems, fire systems, and security systems.

Optimising a Building Management System has the benefit of optimising energy usage whilst also giving the user better control of the building environment.

A full BMS review comprises of:

  • A review of Set Points
     

  • A review of Dead Bands
     

  • Loop Control Interrogation
     

  • A review of Time Schedules
     

  • An interrogation of Compensated Slope Function
     

  • Wastage identification resulting from Simultaneous Heating and Cooling
     

  • Interrogation of Optimisation and Compensation Control
     

  • A review of AHU Damper and Recuperator Strategies
     

  • Review of Humidification and De-hum Control
     

LCE undertake an interrogation and analysis of the savings potential and where possible through collaboration with incumbent BMS teams, simple control changes will be undertaken during the system review to enable immediate savings.

 

Part of this scope of works will provide a costed action plan that will inform future improvement recommendations for implementation.

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