Proper ventilation industrial buildings are an important factor that contributes to the overall comfort, productivity and general well-being of employees and occupants. In the late 19th century "manufactured air" as it was originally called, was just a method of controlling the humidity in mills like textile mills to get a higher productivity
level. Cooling stations were eventually set up which piped cool air to surrounding buildings where it was used to preserve food, cool beer and other beverages and protect important documents. Technological industries were revolutionized because of the ability to control the temperature and humidity levels during and after the production of their products. Many industries benefited including the
including the film, meat, tobacco, pharmaceutical, textile and others. Improvements are still being made in the industry. High efficient environmentally friendly air conditioners are an important aspect of having comfortable surroundings. Air conditioning has gone from a curiosity, to a manufacturing tool to a necessity which is used in nearly every human endeavor.
Industrial buildings are all over our towns and cities. This is where physical labor is happening from Auto repair shops to home good items like tile, marble, cabinets. You can find plumbers, electricians, screen printers all in industrial buildings. These buildings can be concrete frame, steel frame, wood framed, pre-engineered buildings that need air conditioning. Depending
on what will be going on and the size of the rooms, the amount of employees, we can build an air conditioning system to be efficient year round.
When purchasing an air conditioning unit to cool an industrial building, the owner can select one large unit to cool the whole area or choose smaller units to cool specific areas instead. The number of units used primarily depends on the size and configuration of the building. Smaller buildings can get away with using a single large unit. In bigger buildings with many rooms, smaller units might be
a better choice. Each of the smaller units attach to a specific air handler that delivers the cool air to a particular part, or zone, of the overall building. That way, the load of cooling the structure is split up.
Chilled Water System- AC unit is installed on the roof or behind the business; cools water to 40 to 45 degrees Fahrenheit; cooled water piped through a building and fed to air handlers; for cooling large, multi-level structures.
Cooling Tower- A cooling tower creates a stream of cold water running through a heat exchanger; the water cools the hot coils; air is blown through a stream of water causing some to evaporate, which cools the water stream.
Whatever is going to suit your needs is what we want to help you with. Global Cooling is more than just an air conditioning company, we care about our area business owners that need to have an energy efficient and favorable A/C system.