AIR TERMINALS ENGINEERINGWe have the expertise to overcome the challenges associated with air diffusion engineering, and design air terminals to achieve optimized comfort levels, while taking into consideration the relevant disinfection methodologies and pressurization concerns.
An important step in efficient space comfort conditioning is the proper selection of air outlets. Proper selection of air diffusion devices requires basic knowledge of the mechanics of room air distribution and air terminals engineering.
Modern environmentally controlled spaces consume significant amounts of energy in maintaining a stable environment within the structure. The demands for heating and cooling vary greatly over time, and different strategies are employed to respond to these varying loads. Ventilation requirements must also be met by the HVAC system. This conditioned and ventilated air must be effectively delivered to the building occupants.
There are two principal design conditions in HVAC systems. Perimeter zone loads vary over a broad range from heating to cooling, and are affected by both exterior and interior factors. In interior zones, the heat generated by lights, occupants, and office machinery provides a continuous cooling demand. The proper selection of diffusers is necessary to ensure that both occupant comfort and adequate ventilation mixing are provided. As the choice of diffusers and air distribution system is based on both engineering and architectural concerns, both the engineer and the architect need to have a say in the final selection. In addition, the ideal selection is dependent on the type and operation of the air supply to the diffuser. While there are many ways of supplying conditioned air to an office space, including mixed supply, displacement ventilation, underfloor vertical air distribution and task cooling.
In EMergy, we have the knowledge and expertise to overcome the challenges associated with the air diffusion engineering, and design the air outlets and inlets to achieve optimized comfort levels, while taking into consideration the relevant disinfection methodologies and pressurization concerns, all in accordance with the local regulations and international standards.