Behind every good commercial refrigeration application is a world-class access control system. Commercial access control systems are vital factors when it comes to optimising the operation of any large-scale commercial refrigeration setup, and the better they are, the better you can manage your cooling machinery.
This New Zealand refrigeration and air conditioning specialist understands the importance of matching world-leading access control systems with refrigeration design, manufacturer and installation that attains a similarly lofty standard. The functionality, efficiency and energy management of any cold room must be of the highest priority for any business, from retail to hospitality, and that is why the Kiwi company teams up with a Scottish giant in access control systems: RDM.
RDM is short for Resource Data Management and for a number of years they have been considered as one of the world’s finest control and remote monitoring companies. Their solutions and resources encompass over 500 hardware and software products, and not just for commercial refrigeration. They also specialise in Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, Building and Energy Control applications. The purpose of all of these innovations is channelled into three main aspirations: to help their clients meet safety compliance, to assist them in the protection of their expensive assets and to manage their energy consumption to reduce overall running costs.
When it comes to commercial refrigeration, RDM products and solutions give companies total access to their applications including:
- Remote Monitoring
- Energy Management
- Retail Control Solutions
- BMS Control Solutions
RDM is not the only company in the world designing and manufacturing access control systems – but they have gained a reputation as one of the finest in their field thanks to being able to merge cutting-edge design with ease of installation and operation. Plus, the company does not offer off-the-shelf solutions that don’t fully meet a client’s requirements. Instead, they’re able to write bespoke software that allows their control systems to perfectly fit in with the relevant technology, be it refrigeration, air conditioning, ventilation, heating or building control.
RDM’s example is an important lesson in matching high-quality operating systems to access control systems that allow them to work at their very best. A mismatch in this respect could see the refrigeration (or whatever it is) operate at a level well below what it is capable of. By insisting on the best access control systems for commercial applications, you will get even more of a return out of your substantial investment.