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Custom HVAC System Design and Fabrication

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WHESCO Group, Inc. engineering team excels at custom HVAC system design, fabrication and layout. We pride ourselves on our extensive knowledge of air flow requirements up to 120,000 cfm and our ability to generate even larger flow rates using multiple units in the system. Depending on your needs, we can deploy several different system configurations to produce the best results while integrating seamlessly into the overall facility footprint and layout.

Our engineers will specify all necessary fans, burners, humidifiers, evaporators, control systems and power distribution components to create the desired climate set points. The years of experience we have in custom designing & fabrication of HVAC systems afford us a vast knowledge of heating and cooling options available to achieve your desired results while maintaining safe operation. For example, we always supply Class A and Class B emission stacks with indirect fired heating units so that individuals coming in contact with the system will not be burned. We utilize energy recovery units when applicable to lower costs and loads on the system, while allowing the system to comply with ASHRAE requirements.

Our systems include PLC control options that allow the operator to perform off site monitoring, tuning and troubleshooting of system anomalies. Once designed, the system is fabricated and assembled so all components or sections can fit on a truck without oversized shipping limitations. The system is installed and tested for performance. We can also provide ongoing maintenance and documentation for your HVAC systems. We look forward to discussing your next custom designed HVAC project!

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Example Custom HVAC System Projects

Custom HVAC Systems Capabilities

Custom HVAC System Capabilities
Engineering
Design
Build
Turnkey
Site Management
Project Management
Start-Up
Troubleshooting
Maintenance
Units Custom Air Handling Equipment
Air Flow Range 1,000 to 120,000 cfm
Higher Values with Multiple Units
Temperature Range 56 to 250 °F
Materials Used
Cold Roll Steel
G-90 Galvanized
Channel
Stainless Steel wash down (Food Grade)
Configuration
Vertical
Horizontal
U-Shape
Ground
Rooftop
Sidewall
HVAC Components Utilized
Fans
Burners
Evaporative
Humidification
PLC Control
Motor Control
Power Distribution
Design and Installation Piping System
Ductwork
Heating Options
Direct Fired
Indirect Fired
Hot Water
Steam
Electric
Heat Recovery
Cooling Options
Evaporative
Chilled Water
DX
High Efficiency Filtration
Single Stage
Multiple Stage
65% to HEPA
Options Humidification
Dehumidification
Energy Recovery Units
Air to Air
Water to Air
Energy Wheel
Water to Water
PLC Control Options
Offsite Monitoring
Offsite Tuning
Troubleshooting by Modem
Interface Thermostat Control
PLC Touch Screen
Individual Loop Controllers
Typical Lead Time 4 to 12 weeks

Additional Information

Industries Served
Industrial
Government Facilities
Military
Marine
Aerospace
Trucking
Vehicles
Painting
Paper Mills
Steel Plants
Ship Yards
Food Processing
Petrochemical
Agricultural
Intended Applications
Air Conditioning
Heating
Mist Elimination
Venting
Industry Standards Met NFPA 33, 61, 484, 654, 664
File Formats Accepted AutoCAD
PDF

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