We at Future Controls inc. not only pride ourselves on quality service but also on our employee’s and customer’s safety. All of our managers, foreman, technicians, and helpers are CPR certified. This is a picture of one of our re-certification classes for CPR taken this past December.
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Future Controls, Inc.’s mission is to provide our employees with an honest and helpful working environment, where every employee individually and collectively, can dedicate themselves to providing our Customers with exceptional workmanship, extraordinary service, with professional integrity. We value the importance of our relationships and will continue to remain fair and true in our dealings with all employees, Customers, vendors, and partners. We will strive to become a market leader by consistently exceeding ...Continue Reading →
It is very beneficial to maintain your air conditioning system. It is much the same as maintaining a car in that you can pay now – or you can pay later. Like a car, your system can break down at the most inopportune time such as in the middle of a hot summer night or a holiday when it is the most expensive time for a repair.
We recommend that inspections be performed at least twice a year. During this inspection ...Continue Reading →
The correct outside-air airflow being brought into a building through the air conditioning systems and or a designated outside air conditioning unit is important for a couple reasons.
1. To maintain a healthier indoor environment by keeping the CO2 (carbon dioxide) levels lower in the building, which helps to reduces fatigue.
2. When outside-air airflow is set correctly in relation to the exhaust-air airflow in the building, it maintains a positive building pressure which in turn keeps contaminants and humidity (water vapor) ...Continue Reading →
Have you ever wondered what that “e” looking symbol in the Future Controls logo is?
After the 1970’s fuel crisis the Federal Energy Administration was created and adopted this symbol for a very short time to identify efforts by Government Agencies and Private industry to reduce energy use. It was a symbol to promote energy conservation/ energy management, and to be used as a sales tool for industry leaders to help change the way America thinks about energy consumption. For more ...Continue Reading →
Ever wonder what the acronyms mean? – well, here are a few that may solve your curiousity:
BAS = Building Automation System
BMS = Building Management System
EMS = Energy Management System
CCMS = Central Control Monitoring System
FECS = Front End Computer System
VAV = Variable Air Volume
VFD = Variable Frequency Drive
AHU = Air Handling Unit
RTU = Roof Top Unit
PCU = Process Control Unit
DCU = Digital Control Unit
ASC = Application Specific Controller
MR = Micro Regulator
LIU = Lan Interface Unit
MCU = Micro Control Unit
DPU = Door ...Continue Reading →
An INET control system running INET software is normally a quick responding system where accessing point data happens within a few seconds. However, occasionally we run into systems that seem to be running slower than expected – in rare instances, we have experienced systems that take up to 45 seconds or more to access data.
Here are a few examples of what you might experience if your system isn’t fully optimized:
A. Logging into a controller or saving a database (LIU’s are the exception) ...Continue Reading →