What We Do
Air balancing is a process of testing the heating and cooling system to identify any issues that are causing negative air pressure or uneven airflow. Once determined, the issues can be fixed or corrected so that every space can get the amount of conditioned air it needs. Air balancing will improve air circulation, increase energy efficiency and enhance the overall performance of your air conditioning and heating system. It is also considered necessary that the amount of fresh air is adjusted and checked on a regular basis. Doing so will ensure a consistent intake of oxygen inside the building.
CHW System Flushing & Chemical Treatment
As water evaporates during circulation, the suspended particle concentration rises, resulting in scale formation and corrosion. As a result, chemical treatment chilled water system is required on a regular basis. Otherwise, contaminants might harm or clog the entire system.
System Survey & Validation
Environmental Systems that use a combination of mechanical equipment, airflow, water
flow and electrical energy to provide heating, ventilating, air conditioning, humidification, and dehumidification for the purpose of human comfort or process control of temperature and humidity. Lists of data or inspections that should be verified to ensure the proper system or component installation, operation and function and interfaces among systems are confirmed to comply with the criteria described in the Owner’s Project Requirements. Our Specialized team will perform the required site investigations and tests to discover Current status of the system and to discover any functional deficiencies that are preventing the operating conditions desired by the Owner.
Ultrasonic flow Testing
Fluid flow rate from the pipelines will be measured by using ultrasonic flow meter; where there will not be any flow measuring ports in the system.
Duct Leak Testing & Smoke Testing
Diagnostic equipment called a duct leakage tester is used to evaluate the airtightness of HVAC (forced air heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) ductwork. A pressure sensor device to gauge the pressure caused by the fan flow and a calibrated fan for measuring air flow rate make up a duct leakage tester.
Sound level measurements
Sound level measurements are made to determine whether noise from Mechanical and some Electrical equipment or rotating equipment may be in excess of specifications. This can result in sound in other areas of a building that may be annoying to building occupants or that may cause problems with sensitive instruments. Sound level measurements may also be required to demonstrate project noise compliance with municipal codes at project conditions of approval.