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Four Common Inefficiencies Found During Building Recommissioning

Mann Engineering
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Re-commissioning existing commercial and residential buildings is essential for ensuring operational efficiency, reducing environmental impact, and increasing property value. This process can uncover common inefficiencies, such as boiler inefficiency, equipment left in manual mode, constant speed motors on variable loads, and simultaneous heating and cooling. Addressing these inefficiencies through preventive maintenance, automation system upgrades, and regular re-commissioning can lead to lower operating costs, increased productivity, and improved comfort for occupants.


Re-commissioning, building efficiency, commercial buildings, residential buildings, boiler efficiency, preventive maintenance, automation systems, constant speed motors, variable loads, heating and cooling, energy savings, building operators, environmental impact, property value.

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Mann Engineering
Four Common Inefficiencies Found During Building Recommissioning
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