INTELIQ for building temperature control

INTELIQ offers enhanced building temperature management

  • 22 Jun 2017

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Warmafloor has launched INTELIQ, an upgraded version of its smart control system for building temperature management. 

Designed to help building users to manage the temperature of their internal surroundings, INTELIQ offers a balance of smart control and functionality.

The smart control system, which is operated via touchscreen, enables users to control installed heating and cooling systems to create an environment that suits their specific comfort requirements.

Suitable for application in residential and commercial buildings, such as schools and warehouses, INTELIQ utilises Warmafloor’s integrated control technology to allow management of up to 32 different zones.  

All zones can be operated from a single INTELIQ device, which is password protected.

INTELIQ for building temperature control

Enhanced INTELIQ offering

The system has been upgraded to feature a new layout, re-designed thermostats and bead sensors, and a choice of touchscreen sizes: 4.3 inches and 7 inches.

Adjustment options include four different time and temperature settings for each day of the week, as well as integrated night set-back and holiday mode controls for increased efficiency.

INTELIQ can integrate with systems that are already installed in a building. Once fitted as part of an underfloor heating or cooling system, the device can interface with existing energy sources, such as boilers, heat pumps and solar panels. 

This can minimise running costs by optimising the energy circulating within the building.

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