The system facilitates control and monitoring of temperature in the administration offices, function rooms and kitchen. An optimum start function is employed in the administration areas of the building, and ventilation for toilet and kitchen exhausts are also controlled and monitored.
Various event organisers utilise the on-site PC's to ensure air conditioning needs are met in the function area. The 500-seat function room can be divided into smaller rooms, as required, and the on-site PC's allow event organisers to set a timeclock for the respective air conditioning of an individual room once a booking is confirmed - even weeks in advance.
This provides the Council with a considerable cost benefit, as air conditioning is able to be utilised only in those areas where it is necessary.
Another feature of the system is the control and monitoring of CO2 levels within the function room. If CO2 rises above an acceptable level, the system compensates by introducing fresh air into the area.
Various plant operations are also controlled and monitored by the Innotech system. These include condensed water, chilled water, heating water, pneumatic air, and domestic hot water calorifier.
Mechanical services are monitored with fax dial-out on alarm to maintenance staff, resulting in problems being addressed before building tenants are even aware of them. The temperature and fault status of the Council's IT room is monitored with SMS and fax dial-out on alarm, allowing IT staff to react promptly to any problems which may arise.
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