Category: Industrial

Maintenance and Service Agreements

Maintenance and Service Agreements

Facility Service Program Options

Performance Service Agreements are custom designed to target known equipment or system issues which can be addressed during the term of the agreement. This flexibility allows you to budget replacement and upgrade costs.

  • Inspection Agreements based on equipment operation or customer requirements allow you to verify system and equipment are operating to optimum efficiency and reliability.
  • Full Coverage Programs may be available for your facility offering total parts and labor coverage for maintenance and repairs.
  • Seasonal Service Programs may include spring and fall service, shut down or start-up of chillers and boilers that supplement in-house maintenance resources.
  • Centrifugal and Rotary Screw compressor preventative maintenance provides recommended routine service to helps avoid unplanned trips and costly failures.
  • Facility Evaluation to provide 5-10 year master plans initiated by verification of present and potential performance of facility air conditioning and heating systems. Building Automated System enhancements, equipment replacement, repairs, and upgrades may be included.
  • Predictive Analysis including refrigerant, lube oil, vibration and non-destructive testing of tubes and pressure vessels can identify equipment trends that lead to catastrophic failure.

You Save by Planning Ahead

With the Premium Solutions service agreement, you’ll be able to budget ahead for standard maintenance cost, plus you can include annual system improvements, without having 1 large bill attached to, and instead paying for it over the duration of the agreement.

We’ll keep your equipment running at peak performance, and if any potential failures or problems arise, we’ll catch them faster by continually checking the operational integrity of the equipment, and by keeping up with a solid maintenance program.

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Inexpensive and Supplemental Cooling

Inexpensive and Supplemental Cooling

You can cool a warehouse, work shop, garage, and many other types of open spaces, most efficiently with a method called Evaporative Cooling. And because it’s so inexpensive, you can even run it as a spot cooler, providing a cool breeze directly on an area, even with doors and windows open.

Evaporative Cooling Explained

When you get out of a pool, even if it’s hot outside, the air feels cool right? Or if you get wet, any breeze (even a warm one) feels cold. This is because of Evaporative Cooling. As the water evaporates, the process causes it to absorb additional heat energy, which creates a cooling effect.

At one time, this technology was referred as Swamp Coolers, due to the excessive moisture it would release into the air. However, as time goes on, we get better at engineering these systems, so that today you can get great cooling, with very minimal moisture released into the space.

Cooling Units

Evaporative cooling units pump water through a media, also called a pad. This water runs down the media and the fan pulls air across it. As the air goes across, the water absorbs heat from the air through evaporative cooling, which cools the air as it’s blown into the space. These units are mobile, and very easy to setup and use.

There are many different manufacturers and types of evaporative cooling units available. If you would like some help finding the perfect Evaporative Cooling solution for your building, give us a call today:

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Building Performance Evaluations & Improvements

Building Performance Evaluations & Improvements

Evaluating your building is a great way to let a professional service contractor help you to understand where you have the greatest potential for energy savings, as well as performance improvements.

Here are some of the items we would check if you hired us to evaluate your bulding:

  • Does the building hold its temp set points during the hottest and coldest times of the year?
  • Are there zones that hold temp better than others?
  • Do you have sufficient insulation in the walls and ceiling space?
  • Is there excessive outside air coming in?
  • What are the CO2 levels, is there room for improved indoor air quality, or room for energy savings? One often has an adverse affect on the other, so we must find the happy medium.
  • Is there air leakage where there shouldn’t be?
  • Does the exhaust fans in the building overcome the fresh air, creating negative pressure? This can add greatly to the buildings latent heat load by increasing infiltration of un-conditioned air.
  • Is the humidity in the space too high or too low?
  • Is your equipment high efficiency? Would you get a quick return on investment if you replaced it with a high efficiency unit?
  • Do you have savings potential in the way your running your existing automation system?
  • Do you cycle equipment on schedules based on zone occupancy?
  • Do you use comparative enthalpy to determine when to use economizer cooling?
  • Are you providing the minimum required fresh air for CO2 control, and minimizing the latent heat load that comes with fresh air intake?

These are all items we can measure and address. There are solutions to any problem, and we can help you determine what the most cost effective solutions are for your building if you’re interested in saving energy and getting your equipment to run at its very best.

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