TECO - Automation - HVAC Control


HVAC Control

Heating, cooling, heating supply water

The most energy in the house is spent on controlling the climatization, which is through the basic controlled functions. This is more in modern low-energy and passive houses, where the emphasis is on minimizing energy losses, i.e. heat and cold, cladding with the automation and optimization of individual processes. Maintaining indoor climate in a sealed interior requires a sophisticated solution for temperature, humidity control, fresh air maintenance based on CO2 concentration and thus controlled ventilation. In winter, it is necessary to recover heat optimally dosed e.g. by heat pump; on the contrary in summer to recover the cold obtained by optimizing the running of air conditioning. In a modern house, everything is related to everything, so the control of the blinds that prevents accidental heating  in summer is part of indoor climate control, although it is primarily the shading. Domestic water heating is another integrated technology in the overall energy of a home. It can be optimized through the controlled use of surplus solar energy from both thermal and photovoltaic panels. Tecomat Foxtrot has a wide range of modules and indoor sensors and thermostats in all established switch and socket designs for virtually any combination of heat and cold sources as well as heat exchangers in individual rooms or zones, such as radiators, convectors, floor heating, air conditioning, ventilation, etc. Equithermal control, zone control and cascade control belong among Foxtrot’s basic functions. 

Ventilation, recovery

Controlled automated ventilation and recuperation go hand in hand in modern homes. Normal ventilation, with the exchange of air, also blows the heat (or cold) contained in the exhaust air that we just wanted to save by insulating and sealing the casing. Recovery is thus effective for keeping the heat inside the house and also for exchanging the exhaust for new air. With theTecomat Foxtrot solution, you will achieve the optimum, which will not only reduce economic costs but also increase the comfort of the building.