To save on rising energy costs, new buildings are tightly sealed, and modern ventilation systems recycle a large portion of the inside air. Whether a building is old or new, the same recirculated air is breathed again and again by the people working there.
The problem is made worse by pollutants from furnishings, modern office equipment and supplies.In general, HVAC is a unique combination of series of heat exchanger devices that absorb heat or cold from one medium to another to provide desired thermal comfort where the evaporating coil plays an important role.
High chilled water enables to minimize chilled water flow & saves energy which will save 11 % of compressor power consumption therefore overall min 15-20% energy is saved by UltraCOIL system
Airborne transmission of diseases through HVAC systems is actually much more prevalent than previously thought. In fact, up to 20% of all outdoor air contains harmful bacteria and pathogens. Indoors, these bacteria and pathogens, along with other airborne microorganisms, can have a significant
impact on our lives and livelihoods.
Hospital acquired infections are costing healthcare providers Lakhs of Rupees per annum and whilst robust cleaning regimes have been adopted, the spread of Tuberculosis, Meningitis, MRSA, Clostridium difficile, Chickenpox, and Influenza (H1N1 and avian), include Aspergillus and Pseudomonas continue to grow. These infections affect between 10 and 20% of patients and in some cases are fatal.
Airborne contamination comes from a variety of sources and circulates through the HVAC system.