Building Management systems are need of the hour for the mega cities. Not only do the BMS helps to control and monitor all the Electromechanical activities* of a building, but also the constituents of a Building Management System can save energy and hence money for a longer run. There is an ever-increasing trend of automating the HVAC appliances such as AHUS/FAHUs, Chillers, Exhaust Fans, Chilled Water pumps etc. And the pioneers of engineering do recommend automation of all such equipment in order to save, as much as 30% of the electricity, if not more.
At ECIS, we work in liaison with top BMS service providers like Honeywell, Siemens and more to cater our clients throughout the United Arab Emirates with their needs of energy conservation and automation devices such as VFDs (Variable Frequency Drives) and PLCs (Programmable Logic Control). Our team of experienced Engineering professionals add value to our clients. As a company operational for over a decade, we take the onus of making our clients aware of various upcoming technologies and the need for automating their equipments. Our major focus lies in supply, installation and commissioning of Variable Frequency Drives being authentic channel partners of Danfoss, Parker, Fuji and other leading brands in the industry. Our VFDs are deployed in numerous buildings all over the GCC. Our USP which separates us from our peers and competitors is that we offer a state-of-the-art After-Sales support to our clients with the help of our dedicated team of Technicians and a well-equipped workshop based in Sharjah.
Digging deeper into the fortes of ECIS, we repair industrial machines, PCBs, HMIs and almost every kind of Electrical/Electronic equipments. Annual maintenance of heavy machineries and annual insurance of VFDs also adds some feathers to our cap. Our team is operational in Dubai, Sharjah, Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Fujairah, Al Ain and other cities within the GCC too (for special tasks). We offer prompt breakdown service support to multiple industries as we realize that a small halt in technology may lead to greater losses especially for Facility Management, manufacturing, entertainment and hospitality industries.