Indoor air quality is a major concern to businesses, building managers, tenants, and employees because it can impact the health, comfort, well-being, and productivity of building tenants.
Plumbing issues can arise anytime and can be catastrophic for a building or facility. This can cause severe damage if you do not catch these issues and make repairs in a timely fashion. That is where Galgon HVAC can come in to be your plumbing contractor of choice.
There are a number of reasons why your commercial or industrial chiller might need replacement, prime among them the energy efficiency which you would gain by installing a newer model. The newest versions of chillers feature more automatic controls than those of the past, along with highly advanced compressors, which can save considerably on the amount of energy and operating costs used while the chiller is running.
There are many programs out there on preventative/planned maintenance for your chiller. These are a big-ticket item if you have them in your facility. If your chiller goes down it is usually a big deal. Below are some tips to help you make sure you are maintaining your chiller properly in your building.
Walk-in floor insulation for your freezer/cooler is critical in the design and installation. The flooring insulation you install or do not install could make all the difference in your walk-in. Insulation helps and works with your refrigeration box and equipment in a number of ways.
Trying to get the best and correct PM for your facility can be a tricky task. There are a lot of companies and customers that would define a PM very differently from one another.
Right now there is a world epidemic going around with the Coronavirus. This is a new airborne virus that we are still learning about. We currently know that it spreads through person-to-person contact.
Backflow prevention devices can be a key component when it comes to any commercial facility. These devices are designed to make sure that your potable drinking water does not backflow and mix with unsafe contaminated water.
First of all, let’s start off with talking about what is an economizer. An economizer is a mode that uses the evaporative cooling capacity of a cooling tower to produce chilled water and can be used instead of the mechanical cooling (Chiller/SWUD’s) during the winter months.
Seasonally shutting down a cooling tower by draining the tower is often not possible for three reasons: (1) In large buildings in colder temperatures they still have a need for cooling. For instance a data center will need cooling due to the heat generated from the server racks year around
If you are in an office that is always too cold or you need a little bit of heat to accommodate a space. A quick cost effective heating solution would be the duct heater. The duct heater makes use of electricity to warm the air that passes through a duct. It consists of a heating element which converts the electricity into heat through resistance.
In cold weather, air-handler water coils that have outside air make up must be protected from freezing. On the water side, this can be accomplished by several different options, some examples are; adding glycol to the system loop, adding circulatory pumps, preheating the air before it gets to the coils, and closing outside air dampers.