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11000 Belgrade, Serbia

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Ling Long Tire– facilities 10, 13, 16, 18, 20, 37, 28, 04

The main objectives in designing an automatic control system are:

  • Achieving high levels of productivity
  • Operational flexibility
  • Modular system or modular components
  • Reliability and robustness
  • Utilizing current technology while planning for future technology
  • Ease of use and intuitive operation with all systems in the facility

Full integration of the automatic control system and other systems in the facility provides the following advantages:

  • Improved productivity
  • Energy savings
  • Cost savings
  • Simplified and cost-effective facility management
  • Simplified and cost-effective equipment management within the facility

The electromotor drive project (EMP) includes air conditioning systems, ventilation, hot water preparation system, main circulation pumps for hot and cold water, fire dampers, smoke extraction systems, air support systems, and garage ventilation.

These systems are housed in machinery rooms and outside of them, according to the electrical, mechanical, plumbing, and sewage installation projects.

Separate electrical cabinets located in machinery rooms and architectural-construction project spaces are designated for powering, managing electrical consumers, and implementing automatic regulation.

Fan Coil – heating and cooling

Air curtains are planned for the main entrance doors of the facility.

Exhaust ventilation

The following exhaust systems are planned within the facility:

  • Central air extraction from toilets
  • Central air extraction from locked technical rooms
  • Central exhaust duct for connecting kitchen hoods from tea kitchens
  • Local exhaust systems from separate sanitary rooms and gas storage areas

Emergency ventilation

The emergency ventilation system for archive and server room areas after fire extinguishing is intended to ventilate the rooms safely for authorized personnel entry. The emergency ventilation system is activated after successful fire extinguishing in these rooms. It involves authorized personnel trained for such tasks or firefighters. Switches on the distribution panel activate exhaust fans, creating negative pressure in the rooms and allowing fresh air to enter through relief dampers. After 30 minutes of intensive ventilation, authorized personnel can safely enter the room. Ventilation is stopped by activating the reset button on the electrical cabinet.