Heat-Timer® Corporation

Getting a Jump on Winter Boiler Maintenance

Building operators are often stretched for time to accommodate daily issues as they arise. Its difficult to plan days or weeks ahead, let alone a whole season. But planning ahead for an upcoming heating season will payback in the end with a smoother transition for your building, and less disruption for occupants. Commercial boiler maintenance There are a number of Read More

The Future of Heating Controls is AI

With the US currently leading the world in AI, and spending trillions of dollars through private investment, it was just a matter of time before AI found its way into the  Building and Energy Management systems responsible for HVAC control. That’s also because In the Internet of Things (IOT), the things are getting much smarter. Today’s sensors are smaller, more Read More

What are Weather Activated Heating Controls?

Large heating systems for multi-unit or commercial buildings are designed to heat the building, and then keep temperatures as close to the set-point as possible. To do this using the least amount of energy possible maintaining heating system efficiency is key. Energy efficiency guarantees that the heating system will use the least amount of energy while keeping the building and Read More

Energy Efficiency in Commercial Heating

Heat Timer Internet Based, Wireless Heating Control Systems

In the United States, commercial energy use accounts for almost 19% of the total energy consumed in the country. At the top of the list are office, retail, educational and healthcare buildings as well as large apartment complexes. One of the most significant opportunities commercial buildings have for reducing their consumption is the implementation of intelligent energy-efficient HVAC control systems. Read More

What is A Tempering Valve?

A tempering valve mixes hot and cold water to create water at the perfect temperature to distribute to sinks and showers. They are typically used in hotels or office buildings, anywhere where there is centralized delivery of hot water. If the water delivered is too warm, scalding can occur. If stored water is too cold, bacterial growth can occur inside Read More