Delta, a global leader in power and thermal management solutions, showcased its portfolio of smart building automation and HVAC solutions at the AHR Expo 2018 held in Chicago, USA. Delta’s building automation solutions, which are compatible with all open protocols used in building control (BACnet, LonMark, KNX, DALI, Modbus, etc.), facilitate comprehensive building control in a wide range of sectors (commercial, education, healthcare and more). Furthermore, Delta’s complete offering to boost energy savings in HVAC systems include IoT-enabled industrial automation HVAC devices, the fan/pump vector control drive CP2000 series, as well as the high-performance EC fans, which are capable of achieving energy savings of up to 30 percent compared to traditional AC fans. Delta’s products are designed for high reliability, and ease of installation and use, ensuring the lowest cost of ownership.
“Delta always strives to deliver the best customer solution for energy efficient buildings. Our concept of a Delta Building is defined as one that takes advantage of the latest technologies in energy efficiency and renewable energy combined with an enhanced building occupant experience,” said M.S. Huang, President of Delta Americas. “Our building automation and HVAC solutions are a vital component of this goal. Delta offers an extensive offering of products such as a complete suite of building automation controls, variable frequency drives, and DC fans to name just a few.”
Around the world, Delta has established a proven track record in deploying energy-saving building automation and HVAC solutions. For instance, our HVAC and building automation solutions are applied in Delta’s LEED Platinum-certified green building in Fremont, Ca., to enable 90 percent annual energy savings when compared to traditional buildings. In addition, the DALI lighting control system installed at Manchester Airport in the United Kingdom contributes significantly to the overall annual energy savings of 89 percent in its lighting infrastructure.