Remote monitoring

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Remote climate control

Cloud-based monitoring for portable heaters

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Remote climate control

Mobile cloud-based monitoring solution

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Remote monitoring control system

The Simplify Dashboard is part of the Simplify solution.

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Remote monitoring control system

The Simplify App is required to program the Simplify solution on-site.

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Remote climate control for BIO air coolers

Controlling up to 10 units at a time this advanced system transfers humidity and ambient temperature data to a local management site.

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Remote control system for BCM air coolers

Remote monitoring made easy with SUPERMASTER touchscreen controls.

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Remote monitoring control system

The Relay Box is a part of the Simplify solution.

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Remote monitoring control system

The Simplify Integration Box is specially designed for integrating the CDT dehumidifiers to the Simplify solution.

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Remote monitoring control system

The Simplify Sensor Box is part of the Simplify solution.

Simplify Sensor Probe Indoor air quality
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Remote monitoring control system

Simplify Sensor Probe is part of the Simplify solution.

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Remote monitoring control system

Simplify Sensor Probe – Indoor Air Quality is part of the Simplify solution.

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Remote monitoring control system

Simplify Sensor Probe – Resistive is part of the Simplify solution.

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Why choose control systems?

Water damage restoration projects require careful control of on-site equipment. If systems overdry objects, energy efficiency plummets. If equipment dries too gently, the time required to restore a property increases. Simply put, poorly maintained and managed equipment increases the cost to complete a drying job.

To ensure a project is running smoothly and that equipment is performing as expected, drying technicians would often make regular visits to sites. However, these frequent commutes take time and send fuel expenses soaring.

Remote control units and system monitoring tools allow technicians to observe important statistics, such as equipment energy consumption, room temperature and relative humidity, without the need for a physical site visit. This has several advantages for operators:

  • Gather important insight into the progress of a claim and prevent needless downtime to optimise the cost of a job

  • Automatically control systems when certain predefined thresholds are met

  • Minimise on-site disruptions to improve comfort for residents still living in water damaged property

  • Capture and share key data with stakeholders, insurance companies and other relevant parties

  • Develop reports to share with clients and colleagues to illustrate the successful completion of a job

These supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems work by gathering readings from sensors located on-site. This data is then transmitted to a cloud based platform. Personnel can observe real-time stats and take actions to enhance the cost-effectiveness of a claim.

Wireless monitoring and remote control systems represent the most efficient and effective way of monitoring indoor conditions and drying water damage property. Without high-quality sensors and monitoring software:

  • Inaccurate readings can cause technicians to take the wrong actions

  • Slow data collection may compromise cost-efficiency

  • Needless complexity can allow faults to go missed

With decades of experience developing efficient and effective water damage restoration equipment, our range of monitoring and control technologies are helping technicians minimise the costs of their claims all over the world.

For more information about our lineup of solutions, get in touch with our expert team today.

Control systems and technologies: Frequently Asked Questions

What are control systems and technologies?

Control systems and technologies allow water damage restoration technicians to remotely monitor and control on-site equipment. This provides experts with constant data, more control, and the ability to maximise performance and energy efficiency.

Also included in our selection of control systems and technologies are solutions for evaporative coolers, which allow users to survey and manage aspects of multiple units wirelessly.

How do control systems and technologies work?

In order to collect readings and transmit them to a digital dashboard, sensors in strategic locations gather data and relay them to a centralised unit. From here, technicians can see how their drying solution is performing in real-time, and change how equipment is operated.

Remote systems for evaporative coolers work on a similar principle, and allow users to monitor the efficiency of units and adjust their operation through a single wireless terminal.

What are the benefits of using control systems and technologies?

By making it easy to monitor the progress of drying from anywhere, our control systems reduce the need for technicians to conduct regular on-site inspections during water damage restoration. This saves money, effort and time that professionals can apply in more useful ways.

Real-time data can also be compiled into reports to demonstrate the progress of restoration with empirical data, which can then be shared with insurance companies or claimants.

Plus, hour-by-hour updates make equipment errors immediately obvious, helping keep drying progress on track. No more unpleasant surprises for experts when systems malfunction on-site.

Remote evaporative cooler controllers are separate types of solutions that provide facilities with numerous benefits:

  • Coolers can operate manually, automatically or on custom set schedules

  • Unit efficiency and faults are automatically tracked and reported

  • Controllers integrate with other systems via the Modbus protocol

  • Technology records historical data from sensors as well as hours of operation

Can control systems and technologies be integrated with other building systems?

Yes. Our range of remote climate control units for evaporative coolers can integrate with other building systems using the Modbus protocol.

Additionally, our market-leading water damage climate control systems work with all relevant Dantherm Group drying equipment, alongside many other third-party technologies.

What are the different types of control systems and technologies available?

We have numerous different types of control systems and technologies in our range. This includes:

  • Remote climate control systems that allow water damage drying technicians to monitor and adjust their connected drying equipment

  • Modular solutions, such as the AERCUBE®, that offer complete management over drying projects, from dehumidification and pressure drying to air purification

  • Remote control systems for evaporative coolers, enabling operators to maximise the comfort inside their space wirelessly

Can control systems and technologies improve the energy efficiency of my HVAC system?

Yes. With our cutting-edge evaporative cooling control solutions, we allow you to monitor and adjust your air coolers to operate as efficiently and effectively as possible all year round.

Are control systems and technologies easy to use and understand?

Dantherm Group has been at the forefront of climate control technology since the 1950s. That is why we design and build all of our control systems with usability at their core.

If you need support after purchase, we can also assist with that too. Our team of professionals provide bespoke, technical advice, allowing you to get the most out of your solution.

Can I buy your control systems and technologies online?

For all of our control devices, VAT-registered companies can get a quote very quickly by pressing 'I want to buy' and inserting their enquiry and contact details.

However, you cannot carry out the entire purchasing process on our website. This is because due to the system you wish to purchase and your area of residence, you may or may not need to buy through a local Dantherm Group representative. We will facilitate this when you use the 'I want to buy' button for the control system of your choice.

Can I bulk buy control systems and technologies for a large project?

Yes, we can fulfil bulk orders across our range of control systems and technologies for large, bespoke projects. Get in contact with our experts or go direct to your local Dantherm Group representative to discuss the exact needs of your project and how we can meet your requirements.

Can I speak to someone for technical advice to buy the right control system?

At Dantherm Group, we pride ourselves on ensuring all solutions we supply are tailored to your precise needs. Our decades of experience and total control over the design and manufacture of our range of control systems and technologies means we can provide you with bespoke, technical advice to ensure you receive the most efficient, effective and sustainable solution.

Reach out to our experts for a free, specialist consultation about your specifications so we can advise you on the most suitable solution.

What is your delivery time for control systems and technologies?

This depends. For some standard systems, as well as their accessories and consumables, we offer day-to-day delivery. Larger or more complex orders will likely have a longer lead time.

For detailed information on when you can expect to receive the control solutions you are interested in, please reach out to your local Dantherm Group representative.

Do you sell control systems to private individuals?

No. Dantherm Group control systems and technologies included on this website are sold only to industry professionals either directly or via our extensive network of suppliers.

Do you provide support, servicing and parts for these control systems and technologies?

Yes. We have dedicated offices, suppliers and servicing partners based across Europe to provide timely, ongoing support across our entire range of controllers. You can get in touch through our contact form and we will make sure your enquiry is handled by the office or service partner best suited to your needs.

We also have an extensive network of spare parts dealers throughout Europe, who are geared to provide you with a complete stock of spare parts for your control systems and technologies. We are committed to catering to your needs and getting you the required parts as quickly and easily as possible.

How can I become a supplier to sell your control systems and technologies?

If you would like to become a supplier of Dantherm Group control systems and technologies, please refer to our Supplier Code of Conduct.

Get in touch with our team via email or over the phone if you have an enquiry, and we will get back to you at our earliest convenience.

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