We are KNX Partners, professionally qualified and experienced to help with any project of any complexity
We use a building automation system called KNX. KNX is a thoroughly engineered international standard for lighting control and building automation. Leaders in the industry, including Philips, Seimens and ABB have endorsed it. The KNX Association grants the KNX quality label to its members. But only after they have passed quality audits and thorough product testing. You can be sure of ultra high reliability from any KNX installation.
All of our designers are fully KNX Association* trained and certified to design and commission installations of any size and complexity.
* EEPROM – Electrically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory
Building Automation saves energy, so its good for the environment and it saves on energy costs.
An “all-off” switch near the building entrance can switch all lights off, all over the building, with just one touch. So no lights remain accidentally on.
Lights in any room can be switched off automatically when the room becomes vacated.
The precise amount of illumination can be provided for any situation, so energy wastage is reduced and comfort is increased.
Each room can have its own heating or cooling temperature and timer control. So unnecessary heating or cooling is reduced.
With careful and experienced design, and combined with an effective insulation and ventilation strategy, an energy-efficient Building Automation system can substantially reduce energy consumption.
An energy-efficient building is an intelligent and sound economic investment. It adds lasting value to a building and saves on running costs.
“I first worked with Martin on a building automation project in Luton in 2015. Working as an electrician/project engineer at the time, I had been brought in to complete the engineering and commissioning of automated lighting, heating and door entry systems left incomplete by previous contractors. Martin was able to guide me through the engineering process and helped me find a solution to a host of deeply problematic programming issues to achieve a result that exceeded the client’s expectations. Since then, I have worked for Martin on multiple building automation projects as a sub-contractor completing installations utilising:
Working as a sub-contractor for Sancturi has broadened my skill-set by a considerable margin. By keeping clear and consistent communication between client, site and contractor his number one priority, Martin has been able to develop a system of delivering quality services to a wide range of high-profile clients. This ethos of communication first has been the reason my professional relationship with Martin has thrived over the last five years and will continue to do so for many to come.”