Gas monitoring devices are used in parking garages, paint shops, foundries, etc. to control ventilation equipment as required. Under normal circumstances the ventilation operate at low level and when the gas concentration exceeds to the dangerous level, the ventilation automatically switch to the high operating level.
The greatest energy savings are achieved with good equipment design, action plan and functional equipment solutions.
In most cases, users make an energy and maintenance plan that includes regular maintenance of equipment, replacement of consumables, and other energy-saving measures.
It is also important to perform calibration checks on gas sensors, functional tests, and replacement of necessary consumables.
Hazardous gas concentrations can be formed in industrial paint shops, foundries, etc. at different stages of the process.
The Stel and TVA tables determine the maximum concentrations that are hazardous to health for short and long-term periods. Continuous concentration monitoring monitors the situation and starts ventilation from the set base level to full power and back.
With the necessary ventilation control, energy savings of up to 30-40% can be achieved.
Air quality control and appropriate ventilation control in classrooms, meeting rooms, auditoriums, public public spaces, etc will cause better comfort and energy savings. At these locations CO2 sensors measure indoor air quality and control ventilation as needed. This achieves significantly better comfort and also energy savings.
Gas monitoring devices are an important part of automation equipment and are used not only for safety devices but also for applications related to energy saving, air quality measurement and environmental protection.
For example, with the necessary ventilation control, 30… 40% energy savings can be achieved annually.