Control technology by Schwank
Heating and air control systems designed smarter
We have two types of control technology, the first uses radiant and ambient temperatures to establish the most comfortable temperature while reducing heat loss and operating costs. The second type communicates with an existing building management system [BMS] or computerized IR heating system management.
All Schwank controls can be controlled remotely. Since this technology was developed especially for the Schwank product range, it is easy to install and offers the optimal operation of the Schwank heating solution for your space.
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Features of the Schwank control technology
Control technology for heating systems simply explained
Intuitive and enhanced operation
Thanks to the intuitive user interface, the Schwank controller and thermostat operation are easy and self-explanatory. All important information can be viewed and settings can be carried out quickly and efficiently. This allows for carrying out individual settings for each heating zone in your building.
Be it temperature adjustments, holiday periods and shift times, or one-time changes of heating times, all menu points can be accessed quickly and conveniently with the versatile options available.
Connectivity with the building infrastructure
A heating system never works as an independent system, but is a part of a complex building infrastructure. Schwank controls can be tailored to suit your unique environment and integrated with your building management system. Offering a large number of inputs and outputs, enabling it to react in real-time to fluctuations in the outside temperature, door opening times, or changes in humidity. We designed our control technology to contribute to the efficient control of your heating system and save operating costs.
Intelligent control technology for heating systems
Our control technology is one of the most intelligent building heating systems in the world. The high measure of connectivity ensures maximum operating and heating comfort. Plus, increased system transparency in terms of performance, consumption, and status delivers all relevant data for efficient control and system safety.