Whoever treats air must master it
The fact that our air treatment is neither seen nor heard, although one is agreeably aware of it, and that in the meantime it avoids energy and wasteful costs, is due to our precision air treatment work in both hardware and software.
During the transition period between spring and autumn, can a large-scale glassed building be simultaneously heated on its northern side and cooled on its southern side with only one system, without switching on the central heating system? Does a plant in the pharmaceutical or electronic industry, for instance, which heats, cools, humidifies and dehumidifies the air, also offer protection from dirt and bacteria? Can investors and building developers calculate the life-cycle costs for a central ventilation system, in addition to determining the impact of energy-saving systems components on the operating costs, and thus select the optimal efficiency class already during the equipment configuration phase?
To these and many other questions concerning air and climate control technology, DencoHappel has found answers and implemented solutions based on long-experience applications. This core offering consists of a broad spectrum of central and decentralized air treatment units, precipitators, and other filtering equipment, and extends to complete cleanroom systems. The function, control, and design of such facilities can be precisely customized according to the desired task, adapted to the design characteristics and infrastructure of specific buildings, and designed according to the calculation of operating costs as well as the highest standards of energy efficiency and climate protection.
Cutting-edge control technology developed in-house permits individual control in single rooms as well as central handling within a building management system. Control units with access through interfaces to all leading systems of building automation provide trouble-free integration of all equipment into the building management system. Building climate control, made to order, is a advantage whereby planners and users requirements can be accommodated in the earliest design stage at the facilities.