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Modular HVAC Systems - The Basics

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What are modular HVAC systems? In what applications are they appropriate? What are the benefits and limitations? This presentation covers all the basics.

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Modular HVAC Systems - The Basics

  1. 1. Modular HVAC Systems The Basics
  2. 2. What is a Modular HVAC System?
  3. 3. It’s a system that is built in a factory, not at the project site. Click for time lapse video
  4. 4. Factory building prevents delays due to weather and allows systems to be built in parallel with other construction at the project site.
  5. 5. Factory built systems can also be Any issues are found & corrected before delivery, making start-up & commissioning much easier. FACTORY TESTED!
  6. 6. Systems are designed and built as modules so they can be separated & shipped...
  7. 7. then easily reassembled at the project site.
  8. 8. Rooftop.
  9. 9. Or anywhere in between. Basement.
  10. 10. Any Type of HVAC System Can Be Built Modular
  11. 11. Pumping Systems Central Chilled Water Plants
  12. 12. Boiler Plants Heat Transfer Systems
  13. 13. Even Geothermal & Cogeneration/Trigeneration Systems
  14. 14. Modular HVAC Systems Can Also Include • Steam Plant • Compressed Air • Water Filtration • Ice Storage • Heat Recovery
  15. 15. Modular Systems Can Be Custom Designed
  16. 16. To meet specific project needs like • Redundancy • Controls • Footprint • Different Component Brands • Efficiency • Budget
  17. 17. They can be as LARGE or small as your project and space requires. 100 to 30,000+ GPM 50 to 10,000+ tons
  18. 18. They can be built for Indoor OR...
  19. 19. Outdoor Applications
  20. 20. Modular Systems Do Have Some Limitations
  21. 21. Each system must break into shippable pieces & individual chiller size is limited to roughly 2,000 tons However...
  22. 22. Modular Systems Have Many Advantages
  23. 23. • Factory Labor & Efficiencies • Factory Testing • Built in Parallel with Other Construction • Less Field Labor • Single Source Responsibility & Warranty • Fixed Cost, Less Expensive • Faster Lead Time • Fixed Delivery Date • Engineering & Design Assistance • Customization • Smaller Footprint & Quality Efficiency
  24. 24. More info about modular systems and their benefits available at www.systecon.com

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