The Demtroys™ System
Efficient management of heating costs
Efficient management of heating costs and energy control
Designed by Demtroys and sponsored by the National Research Council of Canada (NRCC), the Demtroys™ System offers since 2004 an unequalled solution to hotel and residence owners who must absorb high heating costs for their properties and who want to ensure a comfortable living environment for their clients.
Be it for a hotel, a vacation resort or any other multi-unit apartment building, the Demtroys™ System and its smart approach to energy control, especially heating costs, allow you to regulate automatically, intelligently and safely your building's heating capacity.
Combining energy saving and comfort to your clients
With the Demtroys™ System, you can now safely eliminate all losses due to negligence, bad habits or your clients' heating whims.
The Demtroys™ System allows you to recover any exceeding heating capacity by modulating the amount of energy required to ensure your clients' welfare, while allowing them to regulate their own comfort. You can then avoid all excessive costs. To achieve this, the Demtroys™ System automatically controls the heating capacity required to heat your building based on the external temperature.
Losses due to inefficient heating management are sometimes very high and can represent 25% and even 35% of your total annual heating bill.
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Are your heating costs high?
Are heating costs one of your biggest expenses?
Is there wastage in your building? Could you reduce your heating costs?
How much money are you losing annually due to negligence by tenants/clients who don't care about energy costs?
Are your thermostats on high all year long?
Does your building have peaks in energy consumption, which in turn can result in penalties imposed by your energy supplier?
Do your tenants leave their doors and windows open unnecessarily?
Do tenants who smoke leave their door slightly open to freshen the air inside?
Is the heating system on while the air conditioning is on?