HVAC Air Systems for Large Area Clear Span Buildings & Other Temporary Structures
HVAC stands for heating, ventilation and air conditioning. In warehouse spaces, HVAC systems control the ambient environment (temperature, humidity, air flow, and air filtering). These systems include filtration where required by climate, humidification, and dehumidification as well as heating and cooling. The goal is to provide thermal comfort and acceptable indoor air quality.
In areas of extreme temperatures, the decision to add a temporary warehouse HVAC system is a no brainer. According to the United States Energy Information Administration, warehouses (on average) spend $5.70 per square foot on energy. The HVAC system is not only differentiated by price but also what it tends to achieve, such as:
- Reduction in local/regional pollution
- Prevents damage to goods and helps to increase shelf life
- Improved health, quality of life and comfort
- Improved productivity
The cost effectiveness to install an HVAC system in a commercial warehouse space fully depends on its usage. The low noise operation of the system makes it’s very recommendable as it gives off near zero to zero noise pollution.
When compared to some other cooling systems, TWS’s HVAC systems are very clean and quite safe to use, in addition to creating more purified air. In some cases, TWS might use a unit that is a combustion heat free system. This type of system works automatically by removing undesired air and replacing it with the more purified form.
The HVAC manufacturers recommended by Temporary Warehouse Structures, have taken many factors into consideration. Using an environmentally friendly unit not only is socially responsible but creates a desirable climate inside the fabric warehouse structure. Outfitting the system with a remote thermostat, the temperature can be accurately regulated to indoor environment, from the temperature to humidity. A ducting option is available to our clients in spaces that span longer distances.
Our heating systems have ductable heaters that are used to warm up the internal environment of the warehouse, to avoid a decline in temperature during cold winter months. We work with 3rd party vendors to meet all your HVAC requirements and needs.
The overall HVAC system is powered electrically, enabling it to have a high cooling capacity ranging from 40kw to 150kw, meeting the demanding requirements of today’s industrial applications.
At TWS, we can professionally design an HVAC system to suit your specific space, and in a way to avoid seepage and allow for a continuous business operation. Done correctly, a Temporary Warehouse Structure’s HVAC system will save a significant amount of energy and money.