Heating : The central heating system of a site provides the required or necessary air quality and temperature from one particular point to multiple rooms across the site. The required air quality and the temperature are distributed across the building with the help of forced air through the ductworks, with the assistance of water circulating throughout a specialized pipe or using steam that travels throughout the conduits and channels. The kind of heat generation most frequently used features a boiler or a furnace that combusts fossil fuel.
The sources of energy used for this process can be drawn from a variety of means. These include natural gases, solid fuels, and hydronic systems with any liquid or water. The heat comes from the furnace or boiler and it is pumped for the purpose of circulating heated water or steam. Such a system takes advantage of latent heat that is produced by electric heaters from the baseboard or space heaters.
Furnaces and wall heaters are far more useful during the winter season as the outdoor air is much cooler during these times. Our MEP engineers are well versed with the working of all these systems so that they are able to assess different issues and are able to troubleshoot them on a timely basis without wasting the resources.
Ventilation : The process of ventilation involves replacing or exchanging the air in a particular building with improved quality air while considering the temperature control, the supply of oxygen as well as eradication of smoke, odor, carbon dioxide, moisture, and bacteria.
It is best done with frequent air circulation and avoiding any stagnation. Our HVAC experts will work to provide this by natural means. This can be achieved either with the help of ventilation driven by wind or by ventilation driven by buoyancy. This will effectively use the air with high as well as low temperatures across the building according to the requirements.
NYE professionals use another technique that makes use of air handlers or mechanical exhausts. This technology is specifically useful in the removal of odors. It is also effective in controlling humidity and noise level of the machinery and equipment.
Air Conditioning : Air conditioning is responsible for providing the necessary cool air and it is effective for humidity control as well. This can either work for a single room or an entire building. Refrigeration, as well as air conditioning, involves removal of heat via thermal radiation. It can also involve conduction or convection. Refrigeration uses chemicals which are often called refrigerants. These chemicals are pumped by a compressor to an area with a high temperature or pressure.
Our Engineers use either of two types of air conditioners and they can either be split or central type. In a central system, air-conditioning combines with an external evaporator or a condenser that is present outside of the building. There is an indoor coil that is filled with refrigerant and it cools down the air. This air is then distributed across different rooms strategically with ducts. The split system works like the traditional central system using a condenser or a compressor. However, in such a system each room will feature its own handler for air.
All of these units that are present indoor, directly link with the outdoor units through specialized channels. These channels carry refrigerant and power lined that are mounted in the ceilings and walls. The repair services for these systems heavily focus on coils, filters, and fins. In most cases, it will require regular maintenance so that the systems carry on performing optimally. Therefore, the maintenance is only carried out by our certified Air conditioning technicians.