Intelligent Corrosion Control

Protect your closed water systems with Hevasure's 24/7 remote monitoring technology

Modern construction and building management must focus on sustainability and reliability. As voracious users of energy and water, improving the way HVAC systems operate is a key step in this process.

By having a true picture of closed system condition, Hevasure helps HVAC meet its potential, while minimising risk.

WHY MONITOR WATER QUALITY?

Award winning remote monitoring technology

Hevasure’s purpose is to eliminate the devastating and expensive consequences of corrosion in heated and chilled closed water systems.

Specifically conceived and designed to protect commercial systems from the onset of corrosion, our award-winning remote monitoring technology provides instant notification when water conditions change, allowing responsible parties to act before corrosion takes hold.

 

OUR TECHNOLOGY

Wellcome Trust - monitoring prevents expensive repairs

At the Wellcome Trust in London, the global charitable foundation dedicated to the application of research in medicine, Hevasure’s real-time 24/7 monitoring identified changes in condition, preventing costly works by flagging up small-scale repairs in the system before they became disruptive. If left unchecked these issues could have ultimately led to major breakdown.

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Remote HVAC monitoring explained - FAQs

06 Apr 2021
Everything you need to know about remote HVAC monitoring.
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Specifiers – use HVAC monitoring to ensure system sustainability

24 Feb 2021
HVAC monitoring can help specifiers ensure their schemes are sustainable and meet their design life.
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Building resilience through remote monitoring

01 Feb 2021
The Covid 19 pandemic has forced people to embrace remote ways of working. Beyond the pandemic, this trend ensures our buildings operate efficiently.
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