There is hardly any other type of building that presents such a diversity of requirements as a hotel.
One building type, a whole variety of demands
On the one hand, lobbies, restaurants, bars and congress facilities are open to the general public and must offer room climate that satisfies many wishes. On the other hand, rooms and suits are individual feel-good zones in which the guest determines his or her own desired climate. Everyone is looking for HVAC solutions that are simple to control, quiet, and yet energy-efficient.
Other areas, however – such as garages, wine cellars, and kitchen facilities – require solutions closely oriented to their respective functions. In wine cellars, constant temperature is essential to preserve the goodness of their valuable contents. In garages, the oxygen content of the air has priority, and in hotel kitchens the ventilation system must assure effective exhaust of food vapours and odours. In such areas of application, successful operations will depend on demand-driven and flawless interaction of sensor systems, closed-loop control, and the HVAC technology itself.
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