What is commercial Voltage optimisation?
As a business, it is likely that you will need to power a significant amount of electrical equipment and it can come at quite a cost. Most modern electrical equipment in the EU is designed to operate at its best around 220V, whilst the average incoming electricity supply in the Club is approximately 247V, a notable difference. This over-supply of electricity could be pushing your annual energy bills up without you noticing. One of the most popular solutions in this scenario is commercial Voltage Optimisation.
How much can my business save?
On average, your business could save up to approximately 20%-23% on your energy bills, depending on the electrical equipment you are powering; commercial Voltage Optimisation is aimed primarily at businesses spending in excess of £500 per month on electricity.
Camdon Voltage optimisation benefits:
• Immediately reduces your electricity consumption
• Saves you money 24hrs day 7days a week all year round
• Reduces your business carbon footprint
• Your electrical appliances last longer
• Made in the UK
• Fit and forget no maintenance costs
• No quibble 5 year warranty
How will commercial Voltage Optimisation help to protect my equipment?
As mentioned, most modern electrical equipment in the UK is designed to deliver optimum performance on an incoming supply of 220V; with the average incoming electricity supply at approximately 247V this is an over-supply of 247V. Although 27V may not sound much, the overall effect this could have on your lifespan of your equipment (let alone your expenses) could cost you more money in the long run. You are essentially over-feeding your equipment with electricity; giving it more than it needs and increasing the risk of damage and/or failure.
Commercial Voltage optimisation could reduce your incoming supply to the required Voltage thereby protecting your equipment at the same time as reducing your costs and carbon footprint.
Maintenance – The Voltage Optimiser is totally maintenance free and has no moving parts with an extensive working life of many, many years.
What would you say to a new energy efficient system that in most cases is self funding through the carbon trust energy efficient funding scheme?
Efficient Boiler Systems.
• 7 Day Timer
• Compatable with RF Room Thermostat
• Highest seasonal efficiency, so lower operating cost
• Optional external temperature compensation
• Full manufacturer warranty
No Capital Outlay Required
• No Up-Front Installation Cost
• Reliable Heating
• High Efficiency 93%
• Full Warranty
• Systems Range from 30kw to 200kw
Camdon are a supplier of bespoke energy efficient systems that can provide a sustainable future for your business.
To take advantage of this green growth business opportunity, or for more imformation, please contact:
0845 475 0003
High efficiency lighting can improve significantly playing conditions and help to reduce running costs by up to 70%.
There are prescribed lighting levels for the sport set in place by the bowling association.
A further benefit is maintenance free lighting as the changing of a fluorescent tube at a great height over a very expensive playing surface is an issue for clubs.
Additionally fluorescent lighting quickly drops its light output with age so regular changing of lamps is required. LED of course, does not have this issue with some units having a quoted working life of 80,000 hours.
Camdon also design and install motion detection to ensure the lighting over the playing arena is only in operation when required thus substantially reducing costs.
Keeping your cellar at a constant 10°C relies on a cellar cooler system drawing energy, but why not utilise the outdoor temperature to realise savings instead with our highly efficient ambient cooler. Between the months of October and April our system comes into its own when the outdoor temperature often drops below 8°C.
Drawing in cool outdoor air, working in tandem with a traditional cellar cooler this can typically realise savings of 50% over the course of a year.
Our unique intelligent system ensures the system knows when you are trading achieving year round maximum savings, not just over winter!
Intelligent Energy Saving
Temperature Control for Cellars
• Programmable for trading and non trading times.Works with any existing cellar cooler.
• Works with any existing cellar cooler.Use cool air from outside with precise control.
• Use cool air from outside with precise control.Works all year saving you more.
• Works all year saving you more.Realise Savings of up to 50% over 12 months.
• Realise Savings of up to 50% over 12 months.
• Free cellar cooling for up to 7 months of your year.
• Easy installation.
• 100% UK Manufactured.
Returning to a Safe Environment
With the current coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak continuing, advice on the use of air conditioning and ventilation is rapidly being updated regularly and an increasing body of research being published.
Here at Camdon we have a wealth of experience in the design, installation, and implementation of air conditioning and ventilation (HVAC) for general business and clean room environments. With experience throughout most sectors including Pharmaceutical, Research and aerospace industries
we are positioned to provide the advice you need.
The current situation surrounding Covid-19 has heightened awareness of airborne viruses and bacteria that can be transmitted due to poor ventilation and air conditioning systems. High efficiency particulate filters (HEPA) are widely used to stop airborne particles traveling through such ventilation, heating, and cooling systems where the highest level of air filtration is required such as operating theatres. Increased ventilation is also recommended by REHVA (Federation of European Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Associations) along with benefits delivered by filtration and cleaning of all air conditioning and ventilation systems.
With this in mind we are currently offering advice, and if required site visits (subject to social distancing). We can survey your air conditioning and ventilation systems and produce a report with best practice advice and possible alterations if required.
The following is the current advice as of 13/5/2020
(Ref: CIBSA.ORG CORONAVIRUS COVID 19 AND HVAC SYSTEMS 14/5/2020)
The transmission of COVID-19 is thought to occur mainly through respiratory droplets generated by coughing and sneezing, and through contact with contaminated surfaces. The predominant modes of transmission are assumed to be droplet and contact.” (See section 2.1 of the guide).
Droplets will generally fall out of the airstream within a short distance (depending on airflow speed and direction), hence the guidance to remain 2m apart. However, these may evaporate, reducing in size and mass and travel further in air streams, contaminating surfaces and increasing the risk of airborne transmission.
While airborne transmission is not thought to be a primary route of transmission, there is an emerging and growing body of evidence that the SARS 2 CoV can also be spread through the air, particularly in poorly ventilated indoor spaces, and that ventilation provision in buildings should be reviewed in the light of this.
Dilution of internal air should reduce any risk of potential airborne viral transmission by reducing exposure time to any airborne viral aerosols, and also reduce the chance for these aerosols to settle on surfaces. Evidence shows that virus can survive on some surfaces for at least 72 hours and hence any action to limit surface contamination is beneficial.
World Health Organisation (WHO) advice on Air Conditioning and Infection Control (Ref: World Health Organisation, Getting your workplace ready for Covid-19 3/3/2020) Poorly ventilated (not AC) buildings affect air quality and can contribute to the spread of disease. Microorganisms, such as those causing tuberculosis and legionnaires, can be transmitted by air conditioning systems, particularly when they are poorly maintained or when the number of air exchanges per hour in a room is insufficient. Filtration systems can be installed in mechanical ventilation to stop those harmful microorganisms Covid–19 (Coronavirus) within air conditioning and ventilation can be minimised, if not eliminated, by proper and effective filtration and regular cleaning and maintenance of