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 Newsletter for January 2016


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Climate Smart

BC Comfort is actively working with Climate Smart to reduce
carbon emissions.

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In this month's newsletter, we share how you can save energy using an innovative new building data management system along with insights on how good HVAC design can improve your bottom line. 

We encourage you to visit our blog and LinkedIn Page for more information on improving energy efficiency along with some of our insights on Sustainable Design and Mechanical Systems. If you would like advice for your next building project or to learn more about how we can help you to save energy, please contact us today.

Unlocking New Energy Savings in 2016 

With energy costs increasing, building owners are looking new ways to reduce energy consumption and maximise their equipment performance in 2016.

Today, 15 Billion devices are connected to the internet, now referred to as the Internet of Things (IoT).  
It’s estimated that by 2020, 50 billion devices will be connected to the Internet, most of which will be essential to business operations.

Introducing a New Way to Manage Your Building 

BC Comfort is pleased to introduce an innovative new way to effectively monitor your building's performance using a cloud-based data logging system. 

BC Comfort Group has partnered with 38 Zeros, makers of a new cloud-connected data logging service that utilises cellular technology to lower remote monitoring costs by up to 90% while delivering complete “air-gapped” network security that eliminates any possibility of online threats.  

The 38 Zeros CloudLogger is secure, and remotely monitors your equipment through a cellular connection without requiring any connectivity to your network.  Data is delivered to 38 Zeros’ cloud service where the data can either be downloaded in .csv spreadsheet format, or pushed to any cloud dashboard.  



The 38 Zeros CloudLogger™ is able to connect to virtually any meter or building equipment including utility meters, temperature sensors, gas meters, water meters, boilers, chillers, HVAC systems, compressed air systems, rooftop units and more.  

Unlock Greater Energy Savings

BC Comfort sees this as a great opportunity to better serve our customers with by having real-time remote visibility into your equipment systems.

Because all data configuration is all handled in the cloud, CloudLogger hardware can be installed in a fraction of the time required for traditional data logging installations.

If you are interested in learning more, BC Comfort offers a no-strings attached web demo to demonstrate how the system works and how it could benefit your business.   

To learn more about how you can save more energy and money with a shorter ROI timeline, contact our Service team today.  

Feature Staff

Dan Williams has been with BC Comfort for over 10 years, starting as an apprentice HVAC technician and becoming a journey person. We are pleased to announce that Dan has accepted a new position as Project Manager/Sales in our construction business. 

Thank you Dan for the great service provided to our clients for the last 10 years. We look forward to you successfully mastering this new career challenge.

Feature News

Our new website is officially live.

Please visit and be sure to send us a note  to let us know what you think.


How Good HVAC Design Can Improve Your Bottom Line

The indoor built environment plays a crucial role in our well-being, both due to the amount of time we spend indoors and the ability of buildings to positively or negatively influence our health.

Ventilation has proven to be a key factor in optimal indoor air quality. Recently, demand controlled ventilation has been required for large densely operated spaces. Demand controlled ventilation controls the amount of outside air based on the CO2 level in the space.

Studies have shown that conventional building design has often led to compromised indoor environmental quality (IEQ), including decreased ventilation which can lead to increased concentration of indoor pollutants.

Building-related illnesses and sick building syndrome (SBS) were first reported in the 1980s as ventilation rates decreased with significant annual costs and productivity losses due to health symptoms attributable to the indoor environment.

A recent U.S. study of 24 participants spent 6 full work days (9 a.m. – 5 p.m.) in an environmentally controlled office space, where they were exposed to IEQ conditions representative of both Conventional (high volatile organic compound (VOC) concentration) and Green (low VOC concentration) office buildings.

Additional conditions simulated a Green building with a high outdoor air ventilation rate (labeled Green+) and artificially elevated carbon dioxide (CO2) levels independent of ventilation.

The study found that, on average, cognitive scores were 61% higher on the Green building day and 101% higher on the two Green+ building days than on the Conventional building day (p<0.0001). VOCs and CO2 were independently associated with cognitive scores.*

This study shows cognitive function scores were significantly better in Green+ building conditions compared to the Conventional building conditions for nine functional domains.

These findings have wide ranging implications because this study was designed to reflect conditions that are commonly encountered every day in many indoor environments.

In essence, we can see there is a link between indoor air quality (IAQ) and cognitive ability, affecting decision making performance, which is ultimately linked to a company’s bottom line.
By ensuring that your building has a properly designed and installed HVAC system, you can mitigate the risk of poor indoor air quality, and create optimal conditions for health and productivity.

Outside air rates should be designed as per ASHRAE 62, the code for ventilation for acceptable indoor air quality.

BC Comfort can design and install the best IAQ  solution to your workplace to ensure that your staff decision making is not poor. For more information, contact our Design team today.

*Source: Environmental Health Perspectives Research Article  

Feature Project

This month we feature a 40 ton AHU being hoisted by a 200 ton crane onto the new Open Road Audi dealership in Burnaby.

To discover a range of projects that have benefited from our Design method, visit our Projects Gallery below.


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