A BMS offers a complete overview of the installation in which parameters can be entered for each room. Users get to see a visual representation of this view, while the underlying monitoring and control processes are organised and safeguarded by the BMS.
The BMS makes it easy for the user to interpret information about the building installations and, if necessary, to implement policies on energy consumption, for example. In addition to reducing energy costs, a BMS also provides many other benefits, such as improving the indoor climate and guaranteeing the continuity of building-related processes by reducing malfunctions. Other features include the ability to read information (e.g. temperature, operational installations) and to temporarily switch installations on/off. A BMS will usually encompass a variety of installations, such as climate control systems, sanitary installations, security systems, etc. The system provides insight into how the installations are performing and whether the requirements set for the installations are being met.
Over the past decades, Hellebrekers has acquired a track record as an extremely reliable and competent partner in setting up the hardware and software of building-related installations and BMSs. From factory halls to swimming pools, from defence to food & beverages and from office buildings to town halls, every client has its own organisational processes and its own requirements. Our automation technology has become an indispensable part of a multitude of highly varied buildings.
For many, energy management is primary reason to install a BMS, while others mainly wish to detect malfunctions as early as possible. While the suppliers take care of the controllers (hardware) and software modules of the BMS used in our projects, we concentrate specifically on finding the optimal configuration for these software modules. To help us do just that, we have mastered all facets of our suppliers' software.