Modern HVAC systems typically use sophisticated, automatic controls to supply the proper amounts of air for heating, cooling, and ventilation. Problems during installation, operation, maintenance, and servicing the HVAC system could prevent it from operating as designed. Each system should be tested to ensure its initial and continued performance. In addition to providing acceptable thermal conditions and ventilation air, a properly adjusted and balanced system can also reduce operating costs and increase equipment life. Testing and balancing involves the testing, adjusting, and balancing of HVAC system components so that the entire system provides airflows that are in accordance with the design specifications. Typical components and system parameters tested include:
- All supply, return, exhaust, and outdoor airflow rates
- Control settings and operation
- Air temperatures
- Fan speeds and power consumption
- Filter or collector resistance
Contact us today to check your heating air quality.