June 29th at 1 pm CST
A building automation system needs regular reviews and adjustments to ensure that building operators realize the full benefits of their systems. Studies show that a 2-10% energy savings can be realized through these regular reviews. During this webinar, Johnson Controls subject matter experts will discuss the benefits of a systematic approach to maintaining building controls systems.
July 26th at 1 pm CST
ECM (electronically commutated motor) fans offer advantages that should influence your air handling system design strategy. This webinar will explain the technology, identify the advantages, and describe their application in air handling systems. Customer benefits will be highlighted as we compare ECM fans to alternative fan types.
Chillers can account for 35 percent of HVAC energy use in many commercial buildings, but today’s Variable Speed Drives (VSDs) can cut a chiller’s annual energy cost by 30 percent or more. Learn more about how VSDs can optimize energy use at full and part load, as well as under off-design conditions in this one-hour free webcast.
Are you able to separate fact from fiction when it comes to refrigerants? The refrigerant landscape is changing rapidly, causing confusion when it comes to understanding what the regulations are, which refrigerants are staying or going, and how to make the best decisions for your investments and the environment. Hear experts from Johnson Controls expose some of the most common misconceptions and lay out the facts when it comes to the changing world of refrigerants in HVAC equipment.
It is no longer enough for a building to be smart – it must now be cybersmart. As access to building data and operational systems increases, so do the challenges associated with securing the smart building environment. Experts from Booz Allen Hamilton and Johnson Controls discuss cyber risk and what smart building stakeholders can do to support cyber security in this one-hour recorded webinar.
The rules have changed for vibration isolation of modern air-handlers with fan arrays. Current ASHRAE design guidelines for fan vibration isolation in air handling systems are based on applications using single belt-driven fans. But many air handling systems now use arrays of direct-drive fans which have different vibration characteristics and thus different vibration isolation requirements.
With the evolution of digital capabilities and the changing demographics of the workforce, the movement from onsite checking to remote monitoring is allowing service maintenance technicians to be more efficient. This shift is supported by the Johnson Controls mobile dashboard feature for Smart Connected Chillers. Join us for a free one-hour demonstration to see our connected service experts walk through the capabilities of the mobile user interface and discuss how to maximize staff productivity, chiller reliability and uptime.