Not all building or process services operate in the way we would like them to operate. This can be because the preferred mode of operation has changed since the building or system was constructed. It can also be as a result of a flaw in the original design concept or design briefing which results in the system being controlled in a manner which is less than desirable. In a commercial building this may prove to be a great annoyance for the building occupants but in a process environment it can be potentially disastrous or at least very costly. This is where the unique skill of Troubleshooting can assist in the resolution of this problem.
In order to determine the root cause of any system which does not behave in the desired manner it is first necessary to define in detail what that correct manner is. Once this is defined then the system in question can be analysed to determine which element of the design is at fault or if not a design issue then which component of the system is not performing adequately. This can be a mechanical, electrical or more often than not, a controls issue. Inadequate or poorly designed control systems are a common feature of unstable or badly behaving building or process services.
If you have building service which does not behave in the manner you desire or is very energy inefficient due to poor configuration then please consider giving our Troubleshooting service a try.