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Cutting boiler energy consumption with a quick payback

23 September 2010

FMs visiting Total Workplace Management (6-7 October, London Olympia) can visit Sabien Technology on stand E113 at the co-located Energy Solutions Expo exhibition to find out how to reduce their boiler energy consumption with a fast return on investment. Sabien’s Tony Willis will also present a paper at the Green Tech seminar on 7th October, entitled ‘Optimising Commercial Boiler Plant’.

Sabien’s patented M2G technology reduces boiler energy consumption by between 10% and 25%, over and above savings achieved by existing controls, by preventing boiler dry cycling, a phenomenon found in boilers of all ages. Crucially, it does so dynamically, in real time, without compromising comfort levels in the workplace – making it very different from simple timed-delay devices.

M2G has been thoroughly tested in a wide range of buildings and is now used regularly by a number of FM providers and building managers, including Balfour Beatty Workplace, Carillion, Serco and Jones Lang LaSalle. It is also saving energy for BT, Greenwich City Council, Bradford City Council, O2, Communities & Local Government, AVIVA, RBS and many more.

Visitors to the stand will see how the M2G works in harmony with existing controls such as a BMS to address the issue of dry cycling, which occurs when boilers fire simply to replace standing heat losses from the boiler, rather than firing to heat the building. The M2G is completely maintenance-free and can be quickly and cost-effectively fitted to existing boilers with a typical payback of less than two years.

Sabien’s experienced personnel will be on hand to explain these issues further with visitors and discuss their requirements.

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