Using a FANWALL® system to replace older, end of life fans in existing air handlers can be the most cost-effective solution for avoiding the cost and business disruption of an air handler failure.
Energy savings can be 40% or more. In many cases, equipment access is a barrier to a fan or air handler replacement because it cannot be accomplished without the time and expense of a major tear-out and reconstruction project. A FANWALL system can minimize this and other barriers.
- The modular design of FANWALL system allows individual cubes to be navigated through a standard 3-foot door and assembled inside the existing air handler cabinet.
- There is no need to have a crane on site as is often the case with larger, more conventional fans.
- The performance of the new system can be upgraded to better match actual capacity and airflow requirements.
- Ancillary components such as sound attenuators and air blenders that created static pressure penalties in the old system can be removed.
- Retrofits often can occur over a weekend or during unoccupied time frames to minimize downtime or disruption of normal business.
What would your customer do if you freed up a few hundred kW for them to use on new clients or production capacity?
Using an Evaporative Condensing system to replace an old air-cooled machine can result in an immediate 30% savings in electrical consumption costs, and up to 40% savings in demand charges. And since Evaporative Condensing often has a much smaller footprint than air-cooled on a ton-for-ton basis, finding space for this improvent isn’t a problem. Due to the flexibility you have in equipment design, Evaporative Condensing chillers can also greatly reduce the total retrofit costs.
- Chillers can be provided with complete pumping systems, allowing for a hot-swap for mission critical applications
- Desuperheaters and free-cooling economizers eliminate the need for a separate, dedicated dry cooler
- Factory installed glycol and water-treatment systems
- Performance of the system can be upgraded to better match actual capacity and waterflow requirements
- Variable-primary pumping controls allow for the replacement of energy-wasting three-way valves