Water quality, efficiency software system

Symphony water quality and efficiency software system uses an open protocol software platform for communication and a data analytics package for control.


Symphony uses an open protocol software platform for communication and a data analytics package for control.Symphony intelligent water quality and efficiency software system from Aquanomix, a critical risk management tool, bridges currently separate building management data sets of water chemistry and heat exchanger efficiency. The aggregated data of key performance indicators is calculated into a single number representing the overall efficiency of a cooling system called the Nexus Number. The system features continuous commissioning architecture with 24/7 remote-access for building owners and facility managers. Symphony uses an open protocol software platform for communication and a data analytics package for control. It offers scale, corrosion, microbiological, and fouling indices while simultaneously incorporating atmospheric condition data to enhance system operations and control. The system incorporates water chemistry key performance indicators such as biofilm growth, corrosion rate coupled with heat transfer efficiency. Symphony addresses some of the new LEED v4 Water Efficiency credits that specifically call for tighter water management in cooling tower systems.



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