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Engineering & Claims Solutions offer integrated energy solutions for lighting, cooling, heating, process/utilities steam, compressed air and electricity needs of commercial and industrial customers as well as public-sector institutions.


We plan and implement measures that help our customers to:

  • sustainably reduce their energy and operating costs

  • sustainably reduce their associated CO2 emissions

  • secure their energy supply


Engineering & Claims Solutions design and optimize facilities to reach new highly efficient operation. Furthermore, we provide a complete energy assessments service for a wide range of customers including retailers, shopping centers, assembly plants, production facilities, distribution centers, data centers, pharmaceutical GMP facilities, hospitals and office buildings.

It is a fact that fixed costs sometimes defines the success or not of businesses, and energy costs falls in that category which have risen steadily over the last decade and are expected to continue its increasing path due to several factors like:

  • worldwide demand grow

  • political issues

  • oil sellers business expectations

The cost of energy is an extremely true and important issue for businesses of any kind. The rise of energy costs have forced companies to increase their investment in energy-efficient technologies in an effort to reduce energy usage.

For example: According to the U.S. Department of Energy, 40% to 60% of the energy used in industrial and commercial facilities is consumed through HVAC systems.  Additional to HVAC, In high end industrial and pharmaceutical facilities Compressed air generation and other mechanical utilities equipment accounts for a big chunk (up to 80%) of power bill.

Conversely, only 20% of facility costs are used for lighting. Sometimes the HVAC systems have been largely neglected.  Most conventional building HVAC systems are designed to operate at a constant speed. Building loads, however, can be anything except constant.  Weather conditions, occupancy, and other factors require the HVAC system to adjust and react. This anemic performance can only been improved with implementation of existing and emerging Integrated Energy Efficiency Solutions.

Some of Energy Efficiency available technologies are mentioned below:

  • High Efficiency equipment selection

    • Chillers

    • Fans and pumps

    • Electric motors

    • Air Compressors

  • Control strategies and operation schedules

    • Operational Requirements vs. Actual offer

    • Set points (Pressure, temperature, flow, etc.)

    • Occupied, non-occupied status

    • Equipment in use or not in use

  • Chilled Water Reset Strategy

  • VFD’s additions

  • Control for low dT’s on chilled water systems (generation, users)

  • Pressure independent chilled water control valves

  • Water recycling for non-potable uses

    • Cooling Tower make-up

    • Landscaping irrigation

  • High pressure losses on gases and liquids piping

  • Direct expansion VRF vs. on/off air conditioning condensers

  • Heat Pipes technology for re-heat and fresh air

  • Compressed Air leakages correction

  • Demand controlled ventilation (CO2)

  • Waste heat management and recovery - any fluid cold or hot

  • Retrofit to existing fluid distribution infrastructure

  • Building Envelope improvements for heat transfer control

  • Lighting, fixtures and sensors improvements

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