SAV Systems' Demand Controlled Ventilation Air Handling Units with heat recovery have been voted Commercial / Industrial Ventilation Product of the Year in the HVR Awards 2012.
Online PR News – 26-October-2012 – Woking, Surrey, United Kingdom – Despite very tough competition, AirMaster’s cutting edge technology and features won the 2012 Ventilation Product of the Year, with the judges seeing the significant advantages that Air Handling Units deliver. These benefits include effective Demand Control of Indoor Air Quality at a local level, with low noise and significant energy savings.
Technological innovation and service capabilities were some of the main criteria used by the judges: David Frise, head of sustainability at the B&ES; Mike Smith, engineering director at BSRIA; Gay Lawrence Race - CIBSE technical adviser and Mike Duggan technical manager at FETA (Federation of Environmental Trade Associations (ML1) - when considering nominations and deciding on the winners.
In providing an effective alternative to centralised AHU/ductwork systems, Demand Controlled Ventilation also reduces capital costs and makes it easy and cost-effective to improve ventilation and energy efficiency in existing buildings.
SAV Systems specialise in providing low carbon, energy efficient solutions for the building industry. The company provides support to building services engineers, architects and consultants, by offering innovative solutions such as AirMaster Demand Controlled Ventilation, LoadTracker CHP, FlatStation Heat Interface Units, HVAC Commissioning Modules and Automatic Energy Monitoring and Targeting.