Energy saved by Boon Edam Revolving Doors worldwide is 9201092 kWh
Resulting in a CO2 emission reduction of 4149508 kg
Boon Edam has a proud heritage of producing energy efficient products. For over 100 years, our revolving doors have been helping conserving energy by reducing building energy loss and preventing drafts. Recognising the ever-increasing awareness of environmental issues and energy conservation, Royal Boon Edam has recently introduced Energy Savings Calculation Software. Many people are aware in a vague way that revolving doors reduce drafts, but this software actually quantifies the energy savings and draught infiltration benefits offered by revolving doors compared to other door types.Green News
Boon Edam has been delivering a sustainable building product to the market in making available to society a highly effective means to save energy consumption within buildings, through the design, manufacture and supply of revolving doors. This section contains Green news from around the world in relation to Green entrance construction.
Boon Edam’s energy savings software provides quantified information about the amount of energy saved and energy efficiency of revolving doors in comparison to other entrance types. It also measures the extent of draught infiltration, and comforts issues related to entrances in addition to product-specific advice.Energy Saving Counters
Our Energy savings calculation software is a proven method in calculating the energy savings benefits of revolving doors. Using this technology, we have developed an energy savings counter, monitoring the quantity of energy Boon Edam revolving doors are saving worldwide in Kwh and CO2 emission reduction compared to conventional entrances solutions. Our energy savings counter started at the beginning of 2008 and continues to calculate the energy savings per door per second. As an average (dependent on dimensions), Boon Edam revolving doors save 10,000Kwh per year per door.MIT Study
When it comes to changing the ways energy is produced and used, MIT has long been at the forefront of research. Now, in addition, students, faculty and staff are working hard to put improvements in energy efficiency into practice on campus.