Hattersheim am Main
Year of construction
When several children play and romp around the room, the fresh air goes out sooner or later. Now, the caretakers at the childcare center SchokoLaden of the City of Hattersheim am Main do not have to worry about loosing energy via their windows when ventilating.
Due to the integrated open-window-detection, the vilisto thermostats automatically regulate down. Further, the educational professionals do not have to think about turning radiators down at night or before weekends, as the integrated presence detection takes care of this automatically. Thereby, the vilisto system not only saves energy, but also time and nerves, says Luisa Pandura, director of the center.
It is a major goal to save resources while facing climate change, reports Hattersheim’s mayor Klaus Schindling. Further potential for energy savings is seen in the building style of future city buildings. The right insulation is crucial. Yet, refitting existing buildings often poses difficulties. Easy to retrofit, however, is the digital heating system from vilisto. Thus, the city had the self-learning radiator control installed in their office facilities and event rooms in “Alter Posthof” as well.
What our customers say:
Matching the heating supply as closely as possible to the actual demand is something we see as having great potential for saving energy and costs. We don’t want to bother our building users with frequently readjusting the radiator valves – that’s why the vilisto approach is ideal for us
Our success stories
Our digital heat management is already active in a large number of properties. As you are reading this, it is also saving heating costs and CO2 emissions.
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