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Building technology
We implement comprehensive systems in the field of building automation:
– Heating controllers/regulation
– Hot water
– Heat distribution (including floor heating, TABS etc.)
– Ventilation systems
– Window and blind controls
– Lighting controls
– Solar installations
– Heat pumps
– Refrigeration units
– Air conditioning
Through the use of standardized PLC and visualization objects, MST is able to realize large projects within a
reasonable time frame.
Combined heating plants
(district heating systems)
In each combined heating system, data must often be transmit-
ted across long distances. Our systems allow communication over
several kilometres. Our systems also allow optimum management
of a large number of data points.
– District heating plant, Meiringen (energy from wood)
– Local heating network, Belp (energy from wood)
– Combined heating, Zurich-Wipkingen (energy from waste)
– Combined heating, BEP, Zurich (energy from groundwater)
– Combined heating, Schlieren (energy from waste)
– Combined heating, Hardau (energy from groundwater)
– Combined heating, Fraumünster (energy from seawater)
Solar installations
The use of solar heat makes it possible to cover a portion of total
heat demand with solar energy. For example, by means of an ab-
sorption chiller, cooling can be produced precisely when the sun
is shining most strongly. With the help of high temperature collec-
tors, even sterilizing equipment can be operated.
– Solar City, Geneva-Satigny
– BEKB/BCBE (Berne Cantonal bank)
– Bever
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