Garage Ventilation System Achieves up to 95% Peak Demand Energy Savings

March 18, 2015 By Linda Hardesty

garageNagle Energy Solutions’ ventilation control system for commercial garages is now available to building automation controls resellers, controls contractors, mechanical contractors, energy management system consultants and electrical contractors throughout North America.

Nagle Energy says its digital demand-control ventilation system for enclosed, commercial garages can achieve energy savings in excess of 95 percent off peak kWh demand – all while leaving the garage fans running continuously.

Nagle Energy’s digital controllers and peripherals are scalable and conform to several building management system and energy management system communication platforms, and they possess the capability to monitor and report on energy consumption. Additionally, the Nagle Energy system integrates a web server that enables building managers to conduct system status checks and adjust operational parameters from their desktops or laptops.

The controllers are bundled with Danfoss variable frequency drives, Nagle Energy gas sensors – CO and nitrogen dioxide (NO2) – and alarm components, all of which are “synced” to a proprietary, smart-control logic that detects and measures vehicle fumes in the garage and then modulates fan speeds to prevent CO levels from exceeding pre-determined set points for extended periods of time.

Photo: Underground parking garage via Shutterstock

 

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