We have extensive experience in all aspects of ventilation, heating, and air conditioning design for underground facilities.
Starting with conceptual studies, our specialists identify the most feasible overall plan then conduct comprehensive engineering studies to help us produce a detailed ventilation and air conditioning design. Using leading-edge technologies and the wide range of computer software programs we developed in-house, we optimize the sizing and locations of fans, cooling plants, main shafts, and airways. Our software also helps us to accurately predict fan, heating, and cooling system performance; air filtration effectiveness; and operating and capital costs.
Our consultants are likewise experts in the installation and calibration of ventilation monitoring equipment.
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