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Case Study – Induction Unit Replacement vs Maintenance

Often client/Property Managers call EB Air looking for help with maintenance or repairs of their very old Induction Units. Their concerns range from no Cooling/Heating, no air flow, noisy and dirty clogged filters etc. We frequently hear about the large funds being committed to maintenance and repair of these old Induction units, yet the outcome is negligible or none.

Maintenance vs Induction Unit Replacement – EB Air Control case study

Oftentimes, we hear that property managers have spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on annual maintenance over a period, without any noticeable return.

In such a scenario, we usually educate the client that repairs and maintenance in certain times to old units are desirable however when age crosses a certain threshold, spending funds and trying to revive old technology becomes a sinking hole with no return.

In most cases, these induction unit stories relate to 30-40 years old installations where one fails to understand that the Induction Unit alike other equipment wears out with effluxion of time.

Energy-Efficient Units

Today EB Air Control makes new generation Induction Units which are very efficient, light and cost-effective. Hence it is prudent to carry out an analysis of new Induction Units vs Old units. This will help understand the true benefits of economics and operations that come with immediate effect upon installation.

More buildings and facilities are looking at energy management measures, low carbon footprint, Green space and tax credit/subsidies etc. These have become a new paradigm in today’s time when a one-factor Induction unit operates on a 24/7 basis.

EB Air not only just assists clients with their concerns in terms of Induction units. But also shares and educates them in terms of cost savings, ROI, Payback, and smart energy savings.

Given EB Air’s new generation Induction units offering variable airflow modules. Clients now have an option to reduce any operational load on their HVAC system. By factoring programming, and logic control through sensors. Either based on time slot or room occupancy. In the end, it generates a healthy energy savings goal and its ancillary accomplishments.

Thinking about induction unit replacement? Get in touch today. As a team, we encourage old Induction unit users to get in touch with EB Air Control to assess their current situation pragmatically and decide what best way to proceed towards improving occupancy, energy-saving and airflow in their building.

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