Evolving facility needs, revenue-generating special events, in-house labor, the deferred maintenance budget … the factors in a temporary HVAC decision range wider than you might think. So are the opportunities.
According to ClimateCraft, its new ACCESS™ knockdown air handling unit is a time- and cost-saving solution. ACCESS aims to provide a unique solution in custom-engineered and manufactured knockdown AHUs, addressing challenging retrofit projects by examining the typical challenges associated with air handling equipment replacement — including limited access to installation spaces (such as facilities originally built around mechanical equipment), zoning and code requirements, original equipment demolition, project timeline constraints, and budgetary limitations.
Last month, this column addressed the need for (and philosophy behind) sample testing certain systems when 100% functional performance testing (FPT) is impractical from a time and/or budget perspective.
Providing high-quality education for our nation’s children in grades K-12 has never been more important than it is today. The world is changing quickly, and we need to provide an educational system that prepares them for this fast paced world in which we live.
In this column, I will describe the “issue” disclosed through analysis of the trend graph included in my January 2012 column. I will also introduce a new system and show its trend graph, leaving it up to the reader to discover the operational “issue” illustrated in the graph. The answer will be given at the start of next month’s column.
Retrieving every last bit of performance from the system while stopping short of the surge line is no small feat. Dig into sizing, tower selection, chilled water loads and stability, and condenser water management to leave no efficiency stone unturned. Read more in April issue