Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
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First, we listen! Once we are sure we understand your challenge and specifications, our engineering team goes to work on the best-fit solution. After we have a prototype of your environmental control solution, we deliver it to our state-of-the-art, in-house psychrometric facility for laboratory testing to ensure the designed product meets your specified conditions. To learn more about our in house testing capabilities, click here
Air Innovations can control for a broad range of temperature and humidity conditions. We control environments from 0°F to 100°F (-18°C and 38°C) with tolerances from plus or minus a few degrees to ±0.01°C. We also control conditions from trace moisture (subzero dewpoint) to 90% RH ±0.5%.
Our environmental control equipment
has be designed and tested to operate in ambient conditions from -40°F to 130°F (-40°C and 54°C) and up to 100% humidity.
Air Innovations designs for innovation and tests for precision in all sorts of environments:
Absolutely! Air Innovations has partnered with many customers to create integrated cooling systems. We have integrated cooling systems into applications as diverse as blood analyzers (biomedical), x-ray baggage scanners
(security), large-scale centrifuges (oil & gas), semiconductor tools, and even office desks. Find out more about our custom environmental control capabilities
We work with all sizes of critical environments from small cabinets
to full size rooms requiring up to 10,000 CFM.
Air Innovations has worked with customers locating ECUs in a variety of places, depending on their unique requirements and constraints. ECUs can be freestanding in a dedicated mechanical space, ceiling mounted, integrated into a larger system, or designed as mobile HVAC systems, depending on the situation.
The heat load determines the size of the environmental control system required to cool the space. Different heat loads may require a solution as small as a ¼-ton ECU to a multi-system 25-ton capacity approach.
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