Analyzing Air Handling Unit Efficiency with Data Loggers

Operating a heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system at optimum efficiency in a commercial setting is complicated, to say the least. There is a very real chance that any number of setpoints, levels, and feedbacks at boilers, chillers, pumps, fans, air delivery components, and more can cause costly inefficiencies.
 
This in-depth guide explores the air handling systems of an office building and illustrates how data loggers can be used to help optimize their performance. The guide provides best practices for improving air handler efficiency and reducing costs, while maintaining a comfortable working environment for building occupants.