Like you, we are passionate about the environmental sustainability. By using energy more effectively and intelligently we can help in providing a sustainable environment in a cost efficient way.
Air conditioning, heating and ventilation can use a huge amount of energy. In fact, air conditioning can increase a building’s energy consumption and associated carbon emissions by up to 100%.
Pulse Project Solutions can help minimize these costs and advice through surveys, reports and payback analysis.
Luckily, there are some simple, low-cost ways to save energy and make your air conditioning system more efficient.
1. Temperature control
Make sure your air conditioning doesn’t operate below 24°C.
Also, make sure that you don’t have the heating and cooling systems competing with each other – it’s a waste of money. The best way to do this is to keep a temperature gap (known as a ‘deadband’) between your heating and air conditioning control temperatures.
2. Variable speed drives
Don’t produce more cooling than you need – this wastes money and energy. Variable speed drives can vary the output of your air conditioning system to meet your needs throughout the day. This will help you save money on energy costs.
3. Free cooling coils
Free cooling coils use the outside air as a source of cooling for air conditioning systems (when it’s cool enough). This saves money because you won’t need to use as much energy to produce cooling for the air conditioning system.
With the UK’s temperate climate, free cooling coils can produce big savings.
90% of our work is through existing customers giving the confidence and peace of mind to the client.
Our design team are full accredited in all aspects of design and Pulse Project Solutions reinforce this by our willingness to take on specialised and bespoke projects, which cater for all clients requirements.
Quality management is undertaken by our dedicated project managers throughout the contract ensuring that the installation is completed to the highest level.
All Health & Safety within the workplace at Pulse Project Solutions is managed in house.
Site management is consistently monitored by Pulse Project Solutions utilising these principles:
Underpinned by effective staff involvement and participation.
Sustained by effective communication and the promotion of competence on site.
By identifying early, any underlying causes and implications in the design.
By ensuring we have selected the right contractors from our preferred contractors list.
Part of this selection process means ALL contractors are required to meet a minimum level of competence in relation to the health and safety on site.
Our aim is to minimise risk.
Risk assessments are used to decide on priorities and to set objectives for eliminating hazards and reducing risks.
Wherever possible, risks are eliminated through selection and design of facilities, equipment and processes.
If risks cannot be eliminated, they are minimised by the use of physical controls or, as a last resort, through systems of work and personal protective equipment.
Determining the immediate causes of sub-standard performance.
On site appraisals by both internal and external audits [External advisor/CDM Coordinator – Integrated Health & Safety Ltd]
Reviewing performance using KPI’s.
Analysis of the project upon completion.