Category: Blog


How Building Management Systems Can Lower Expenses

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A Building Management System, also known as Building Automation System (BAS), is a computer-based control system that is installed in buildings to manage and control the building’s mechanical and electrical systems.  This includes power systems, lighting, ventilation, heating, and cooling systems, security systems, and more. The main idea is to maintain the highest level of… Read more »

Introducing the Gen 3 Room Sensors

At Titan we simplify the complex to help our customers create truly smart spaces promoting wellbeing, comfort, and energy efficiency. The all-new Gen 3 sensors from Titan aid our ability perform to this mantra and are a product line we are extremely excited and proud to announce the launch of. Creating a new era of… Read more »

The Role of Building Management Systems in Reducing Energy Consumption

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Every year, buildings around the world consume a significant portion of the world’s energy resources. According to the International Energy Agency, buildings and building construction sectors combined are responsible for 30% of global energy consumption and nearly 27% of total energy sector emissions. As concerns over environmental sustainability continue to rise, many are seeking innovative… Read more »

What is a building management system?

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When you’re running a large commercial building, you want to make sure that it’s being used to its full potential. After all, wasting energy means wasting money. This is where making full use of a Building Management System (BMS) is key. In this article, we discuss what a BMS is, the parts of the building… Read more »

CO2 Monitoring Case Studies

Demand for CO2 sensors has been greater than ever, take a look at recent projects where our carbon dioxide sensors have been used by our customers to improve indoor climates and provide energy savings. Smart CO2, Temperature and Humidity sensors – Lancaster Uni Library We supplied Smart room sensors for the £11 million, four-story extension… Read more »

5 important types of smart building sensors

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There is no doubt that installing sensors to transform a building into a smart space delivers a number of benefits. From accurate environmental data collection and monitoring, to aiding the creation and control of productive, efficient spaces that encourage wellbeing within the space. Environmental sensors let you monitor conditions in each room or zone within… Read more »

2022 Price List

Titan Products are pleased to release our 2022 pricing.  Prices will come into effect 1st March 2022. Due to rising component and raw material costs we have had to raise the product prices in some instances, however we are proud to be able to maintain a number of product prices at our 2021 pricing and… Read more »

The Benefits of Building Automation

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Also known as a building management or control system, building automation involves regulating, monitoring and controlling the various functions used in a building, such as heating, lighting and ventilation, into a centralised system. If you’re considering employing building automation for your business premises, here are the key benefits that you can enjoy. Versatile Building automation… Read more »

Our top BACnet enabled products

Titan Products are extremely proud of our history being the first privately owned UK company to develop our own BACnet communications stack and launch UK manufactured BACnet products. Through continued investment into our in-house R&D department, we have continuously improved the products and brought new products to market reacting quickly to market demands and developing… Read more »

The Benefits of Using a CO2 Monitor

CO2 monitors offer an effective visual indication of air quality and help businesses, schools or universities to understand when additional ventilation is required. Let’s look at why it is so essential to moderate carbon dioxide levels and the key benefits of using a CO2 monitor. 1. Prevent dangerously high levels of CO2 exposure Carbon dioxide… Read more »