Car mechanics use diagnostic tools to determine why a vehicle's check engine light is on. Pilots use technology that can quickly alert them to an exact issue while in the air. Doctors use labs to help them determine why someone is sick. Why should HVAC be any different?
Sure, an HVAC technician can use refrigerant gauges to get an idea of how an air conditioning system is running. And while an HVAC technician can go to years of training to become an expert, there is now a more dynamic way to move the industry forward.
Venthalpy's self-diagnostic technology displays to the technician in real-time all possible scenarios as to why the HVAC is not running at 100% capacity and how to get the system back to it.
These scenarios are created based on data that is collected from the products and user inputs, and then ran through an extensive series of algorithms specific to the pieces of equipment being analyzed.
Venthalpy's self-diagnostic technology not only helps HVAC businesses and technicians, it's ultimately useful for the consumer. Our technology has a direct effect on lowering the consumer's electric bill thus decreasing the respective region's environmental impact as well.