Siemens presents its integrated technologies to accelerate the decarbonization of buildings

At Mostra Convegno Expocomfort (MCE), Siemens Smart Infrastructure unveiled a completely revamped portfolio designed to accelerate the decarbonization of commercial, industrial and residential buildings. Under the motto “Transforming everyday life”, Siemens will also be presenting original equipment manufacturer (OEM) products and solutions that make buildings more efficient, connected and convenient.

This year, important announcements from Siemens include a newly developed application for household boilers that can run on hydrogen. This allows OEMs to develop advanced, easy-to-use solutions that meet future energy needs and are ready for the gradual transition to the clean hydrogen (H2) market.

This household boiler app is part of a comprehensive portfolio of hydrogen solutions that support the European Green Deal, a set of policy initiatives aimed at achieving a carbon neutral European Union by 2050.

The increase in heating efficiency is also illustrated by another innovation from Siemens: intelligent and fully digitized solution for the management of thermal apartment units (MTA).

MTAs are typically installed in apartment buildings where the central heating system provides heat and, in some cases, domestic hot water to all apartments. Modern Siemens MTAs provide remote control, metering and billing for multiple areas of each individual dwelling. This increases transparency and energy efficiency.

For maximum efficiency, Siemens combines the MTA with a Heat Recovery Ventilator (HRV). Thus, heating costs can be significantly reduced. Its connection to the cloud guarantees complete transparency of energy flows and operating status. In addition, the unit supports heating and hot water circuits and can be connected to Climatix heat recovery systems.

New burner control system LMV6 significantly increases the performance of burners of medium and high power. This means less fuel is burned for the same amount of energy compared to other burner control solutions. The control unit (AZL6) redefines the benchmark in terms of HMI (Human Machine Interface) in the burner area. Its graphic display provides easy burner commissioning with simple text information in several languages ​​and simple guided commissioning for quick burner start-up.

With Adaptive Flow Optimization, Siemens will also be presenting at MCE a new feature for its Intelligent Valve product, a cloud-connected dynamic self-optimizing valve. Adaptive flow optimization eliminates pressure fluctuations, ensures a stable room temperature, high comfort and saves up to 30% energy.

The latest development of Climatix technology aims to produce renewable heat. With a new customizable user interface, heat pumps can now be quickly and efficiently commissioned, operated and maintained using a mobile app.

Today, machine builders are facing a major challenge: to produce faster with less cost and to increase the flexibility of machines while guaranteeing a very high level of quality. As a result, there is an increasing demand for systems that provide maximum performance, ease of design and intuitive operation. With these developments in mind, Siemens has unveiled its new products designed to make the construction sector one of the levers for a more efficient green transition and a source of comfort. said Vincent Hynar, director of OEM Solutions at Siemens France.

About Siemens Intelligent Infrastructure

Siemens Smart Infrastructure (SI) develops intelligent and scalable infrastructures for today’s and tomorrow’s world. SI is responding to the challenges of urbanization and climate change by connecting energy systems, buildings and industrial facilities with a complete and unique portfolio of products, systems, solutions and services, from production to energy consumption. In an increasingly digital world, SI supports its customers in their development and participates in the progress of society by doing its part to protect the planet. Siemens Smart Infrastructure, headquartered in Zug (Switzerland), has 70,400 employees worldwide.

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