Some are too warm, others too cold. Some are too dry, others too humid.
Office buildings can feel different from one day to the next. They can feel different from one hour to the next. And they can certainly feel different from one room or hallway to the next. How they feel can be perceived – “seen” – in all kinds of different ways.
We see them in just one way.
We see office buildings that feel as comfortable as home.
That’s because Emerson pioneers new approaches for controlling temperature, humidity and air quality. We’re able to solve problems others can’t because we’re always looking for productive collaborations and new innovations.
On the campus of the University of Dayton, in Ohio, we have a whole facility devoted to innovation in the heating, cooling and related climate technology industry. The Helix Innovation Center features full-scale, real-life physical environments where our teams test new ways to enhance residential and commercial building controls, efficiency and comfort. The knowledge we gain informs everything we do for our customers.
In approaching office building projects, we start with the design. We know that all situations are unique, and that finding the right solution when regulations and options are constantly changing isn’t easy. System interoperability poses another challenge. But we work with HVAC manufacturers to provide value-added designs that address all the issues – efficiency, complexity reduction, connectivity, and comfort – in ways that will pay off for years to come.
After design comes installation. Our expertise and products help ensure that nearly every aspect of a project runs more smoothly. Distributors, contractors, engineers, electricians and site maintenance professionals around the world trust our brands to make electrical installations safer, more productive and more reliable.
And with Emerson’s modulated technologies, every room can feature a higher level of comfort and control. Available in two-stage and variable speed drive options, our compressors can reduce energy costs while improving occupant comfort and setting the standard for reliability.
We call it Designer Air. It’s:
Add it all up, and we think you can see what we see: Office buildings that feel as comfortable as home.