Modern Systems Management Ltd. - HVAC Controls, DDC and Building Automation in Surrey, BC
Engineers, building automation, systems management
Services We Offer
Modern Systems Management Ltd. offers a variety of specialized building
services through our in-house engineers and technicians. Our factory trained
personnel will ensure your project is tailored to your specific needs. From design
specifications, through engineering, execution, tuning and servicing of your
facility, our staff's expertise and professionalism will carry your project through
every step of the way.
Controls Specification Assistance
- Controls Specifications encompassing Product Specifications, Sequence of Operations and DDC Points Lists form an
intricate part of the tender process and documentation as they will ultimately determine the performance of the building
systems, as well the ease with which the facility can be managed by the building operators.Our experienced systems engineers are able to provide assistance with writing these specifications or generate them
in their entirety. We can work with the building's designer to create sequences and systems tailored to the specific
building's needs, thus providing significant cost benefits without sacrificing the functionality and performance of
your control system.
- Integration is a critical part of building automation and maintenance, giving us the ability to combine
chillers, lighting products, boiler control and other aspects of your facility into a single access
point. This provides opportunities for unified alarm messaging from any system in your facility, combining
system operation with card access and security control, optimizing energy efficiency with lighting and
heating water control and an overview of all maintenance needs at your finger tips.
Our products are designed to take full advantage of open standards, integrating with LonWorks®
and BACnet™ devices seamlessly, as well as with industry technologies such as Network 8000, MicroSmart,
Modbus and others. We provide the experience and expertise to bring your various building devices together
into a single interface for on-demand monitoring and control.
- LonWorks® is the network protocol created by Echelon Corporation, designed specifically for control
applications. Today LonWorks® is an ANSI accepted standard and one of the data link/physical layers
of the BACnet ASHRAE/ANSI standard for building automation.We provide the full line of the I/A Series LonWorks® products. The TAC I/A Series MicroNet Sensors
(MN-Sxxx series) are a family of digital wall temperature and humidity sensors for use with TAC I/A Series
MicroNet controllers. These sensors feature a Sensor Link (S-Link) communication protocol which provides a
simple two-wire interface for power and exchange of sensor and sub-base information. Sub-base information
includes selecting occupancy override, fan speed, operating mode, or emergency heat. In addition, we provide
a multitude of options for other 3rd party LonWorks® integrated products for gas detection, light sensors,
outdoor air conditions as well as many others, such as actuators, meters and lighting control panels.
- BACnet™ is the building automation and control networks protocol designed by ASHRAE and is now
also an ANSI and ISO standard for applications such as heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning control,
lighting control, access control, and fire detection systems and their associated equipment.We provide the same full line of the I/A Series BACnet™ products, complete with digital wall temperature
and humidity sensors for use with TAC I/A Series MicroNet controllers. Our monitoring and control package is
fully integrated to take complete control of the capabilities which these and other 3rd party BACnet™ sensors
and controllers offer. In addition, we provide a multitude of options for other 3rd party BACnet™
integrated products for gas detection, light sensors, outdoor air conditions as well as many
others, such as actuators, meters and lighting control panels.
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- With the training and support our qualified staff provides, your peace of mind and confidence in your
building mechanical and control systems is always assured. Customizable on-screen help sections and dedicated
training sessions are there to ensure all necessary assistance and support is delivered in a timely manner.Training sessions are adapted to your needs and the size of the project and can be delivered one-on-one with your
individual personnel or as part of a group. Additional training sessions are always available, and they are supported
by printed documentation about your control system and operating sequence.
- The comfort provided by a building's air and hydronic systems, as well as the building's efficiency, relies
heavily on accurate balancing. Buildings are growing, changing environments and over time factors that affect a
building's system change as well, whether it is by modifying or renovating spaces, or through simple wear and tear.
Often overlooked, balancing an existing building's system is a very important step in providing continued comfort
and efficiency of existing, established facilities.The building's control and automation system is intimately connected and necessary in the balancing process, and our
familiarity with it allows our technicians to provide the highest degree of accurate assessment and balancing while
providing the cost benefits associated with this synergy. Whether it is balancing an existing VAV or VVT system or
tuning a living space to engineering specifications, we posses all the expertise and tools necessary to perform at
the highest of today's standards.
Mechanical & Controls Service
- Attending to the needs of each building and providing on-going assistance, support and service after the initial
construction and deployment phase is the foundation of a successful building maintenance strategy. The challenges
brought on by environmental and seasonal conditions, as well as wear and tear on building systems require timely and
competent and sometimes unique service performance.Our trained and experienced service technicians perform all types of controls and mechanical service to ensure optimum
operation. Everything from filters, water treatments, belt replacements or bearings service, to the careful maintenance
of the control system components such as sensor calibration, dampers and valve actuators or program tuning is diligently
performed by our service staff. Our knowledge and expertise in detecting system problems of both a mechanical and controls
nature gives us the ability to provide solutions that take into consideration all components of the overall building system.
We provide advice and options for prolonging the longevity of your equipment and optimizing your building operations,
while preventing energy waste and equipment failure without a loss of comfort to the occupants.
- Timely service and preventative maintenance are important components of all mechanical, control and
automated systems. Performing these tasks will reduce system energy costs, repair costs and maintain the comfort
and satisfaction of the building's occupants. Developing a strong working relationship with facility managers,
operators and owners is what we strive for and we back our commitment to your long term investment by providing
the options, tools and flexibility in your maintenance program that best suits each facility and client.Our Service Agreements provide a myriad of options, including timely and regular re-calibration visits, seasonal
change-over visits, preventative maintenance reports, operational tests and a detailed service history. This
information can be used to assess necessary repair costs for effective budgeting, or to perform in-depth historical
analysis when faced with chronic failure or significant system changes. In addition, Service Agreement customers
receive discounted service and parts rates and preferred dispatch status, guaranteeing the fastest response to
service requests and emergencies. Service Agreements are the complete solution for peace of mind and the assured
longevity of your facility.
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