Posts Categorized: Air Handling Units

Custom Air Handling Units | 5 Reasons to use Custom Air Handling Units

Custom Air Handling Units (AHU’s)  Here’s a look at why engineers and owners choose to use them. Quality:  Custom Air Handling Units are built to last longer.  They have significantly better fit and finish.  Units fabricated from all aluminum bases and casings, like those from Air Enterprises, have a similar life as a building (50… Read more »

Project Snapshot: Lawrence Memorial Hospital | Custom Air Handling Unit

Project Highlights:     Constraints:  The existing air handling units in the mechanical room that served the hospital and OR suites had exceeded their useful life and needed to be replaced.  The hospital could not shut down operations for a retrofit of the existing units in place. Solution:  A new Air Enterprises Custom Air Handling Unit with… Read more »

Project Snapshot: WCCC UMass Data Center | Custom Air Handling Units

Project Highlights:  Two Electronically Commutated Motor (ECM) fan array units.   Each array consists of (12) 7.5 HP ECMs, with backwards curved fans, that can deliver 83,000 CFM at 2.5” w.c.  The two arrays combined deliver a total of 166,000 CFM, which is enough air to cool the maximum design data center heat load of… Read more »

Project Snapshot: Lab Exhaust Energy Recovery Systems | Mass General Hospital CNY149

Project Name: Mass General Hospital CNY149 Architects: Chan Krieger NBBJ Engineer: Thompson Consultants Inc. Contractor: JC Cannistraro Inc. Manufacturer: Air Enterprises, Thermotech, Strobic Air Size: 320,000 CFM Lab Energy Recovery Unit DAC Contact: Rick McGinley   Project Overview: Mass General Hospital CNY149 is an extremely large energy recovery system.   The system includes Air Enterprises Custom… Read more »

Project Snapshot: Lowell General Hospital Legacy Project | Lowell, MA

Project Name: Lowell General Hospital The Legacy Project Patient Care Facility Expansion Architect: RTKL Associates Inc. Mechanical Engineer: Thompson Consultants Inc. Contractor:  Gilbane Building Company Manufacturer: Air Enterprise Inc. Equipment: Custom Rooftop Air Handling Units Size: (4) 30,000 CFM units & (2) 60,000 CFM DAC Sales Engineer: Steve Shelley , Rick McGinley   Project Highlights:     … Read more »