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Engineering an installation is something that is underestimated. Savings are related to collecting the correct data. After the data has been collected, a heat loss calculation will have to be made according to the NTA 8800 standard. In addition to your wishes and expectations, there are still many European and country standards that your installation must meet.

Today, energy saving is part of doing business. Companies and organizations see the benefits of energy-efficient business operations. And that is not surprising, because energy saving is good for competitiveness. Investments in energy-saving measures often yield substantial cost savings.

In addition, there is an energy saving obligation according to the Environmental Management Activities Decree. This obliges companies and institutions (installations) that consume from 50,000 kWh electricity or 25,000 m³ natural gas (equivalent) per year to take all energy-saving measures with a payback period of five years or less.

The use of renewable energy, such as solar or wind energy, does not count as an energy-saving measure. Energy saving is about preventing or reducing energy consumption.

For the energy savings obligation it concerns, for example, the application of energy-saving techniques, such as insulation or the application of infrared heating, which you must demonstrate by means of calculations via the NTA8800 standard. These are measures that reduce the consumption of kWh electricity and / or m3 natural gas (equivalents). Through thorough research and engineering, we can create a realistic picture of the operating costs for you.

By means of infrared heating with smart controls, there is a suitable solution for every situation. Irrespective of layout or use, infrared technology can save up to 60% energy over conventional heating with a payback period of two years.