Airflow commissioning & balancing
We provide this service predominately to our existing customers, where we have already completed verification and performance measurements. It is an added value service using our ventilation commissioning engineers to assist customers with improving existing airflows to meet original design, guidance compliance (HTM 03-01) or specified user needs.
Is Airflow re-commissioning/balancing required?
We offer this service as it is often necessary, when identified by annual verification, to have systems re-commissioned to ensure correct airflows are still being achieved for compliance.
What is involved?
We re-balance and re-commission to provide airflows as near as possible to the original design, and/or client guidance compliance requirements. Our service includes:
- measurements of volumes/pressures on commencement and completion
- adjustment of accessible installed control devices to establish adequate airflow and pressure profiles to meet wherever possible the design (as provided)
- re-verification of performance
- provision of a full report detailing air change rates, differential pressures, traverse and terminal readings, with a summary of actions taken and any further recommendations
We work with the client’s site engineer/controls specialist or at least a person familiar with the system start/stop, and/or access to any BMS control for fan speed/invertor adjustments. In addition we can offer more extensive services if required to include:
- AHU/plant/fan performance assessments
- belt and pulley changes
- the installation of new VCDs
- access door installation
- fan, motor, invertor, belt/pulley performance upgrades.
How can AirisQ help with Airflow re-commissioning/
We have an experienced commissioning engineer’s team who can provide this additional support service to existing customers. This will help them improve current ventilation system performance either for compliance needs or simply to restore back to original design or better.
Benefits of using AirisQ for your Airflow commissioning & balancing
met by physical adjustments for an improvement in airflow performance.
so that rectification can be implemented to improve airflow and balanced distribution.
Energy savings and environmental comfort
as rebalancing not only improves air flow but can reduce the hot and cold complaints and more than pays for itself through subsequent energy savings.