Preventive Maintenance Controls(PMC) Program

Let Us Keep Your Controls Under Control

Our Preventive Maintenance Controls (PMC) program helps you plan for the maintenance and service of your building’s controls systems to ensure that building operating systems are running efficiently, maintaining ideal building pressure, and keeping current with technology updates. The PMC program is created for existing or new control systems and is an ideal program for facilities such as hospitals, schools and universities, churches, and office buildings.

Our Experience

Our experience and expertise allows us to guarantee and assume the risk for the HVAC systems and controls we install and maintain for the complete lifecycle of the equipment and components. Campbell customers can be confident in our:

  • Fixed cost for HVAC maintenance and repairs with no surprises
  • Extended equipment life
  • Ensured equipment reliability
  • Lower overall expenses
  • Optimal air quality and comfort conditions
  • Reduced system downtime
  • Single source responsibility

Trust Your HVAC And Building Automation Maintenance To Campbell

We are committed to building long term customer service relationships with our clients. With more than 50 years of experience, our ability to deliver results using our Preventive Maintenance Controls (PMC) program.

Campbell PMC Sell Sheet

PMC Program At A Glance

Parameters

  • Building pressure tests
  • Delta T tests of cooling and heating coils
  • Optimal start trends and statistics
  • Alarm testing and tuning

Data

  • System and energy efficiency calculations and adjustments
  • User accessibility audits
  • Alarm reviews Program tuning to maximize efficiency, performance and longevity of equipment. This includes PID tuning (timing), ramp tuning, modulation.
  • Schedules input, design and review

Security

  • Security updates and data backups
  • Software and driver updates
  • System override and locked value audits
  • User accessibility audits

Maintenance

  • Regular onsite system maintenance
  • Seasonal calibration of sensors/actuators
  • Controls programming
  • Setpoint adjustments
  • Basic part replacements

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