The measurement and adjustment of environmental- mechanical systems, with completely accurate and repeatable documentation. For the goal of energy efficiency and system performance.
Reestablishing a baseline for mechanical systems to be utilized for design concepts for future construction projects or mechanical renovations.
The process of ensuring that a system was installed as per design, and tested to meet the design criteria for maximum system performance for energy savings.
The purpose is to verify the flow of cooling or heating liquids for mechanical systems. To test pumps, VAV units, heating coils, mechanical units and cooling towers for energy efficiency.
Duct leakage pressure testing identifies objectionable quantities of leakage during construction so that such leaks can be sealed avoiding long term operational inefficiencies.
Buildings or portions thereof required by local jurisdictions and/or establish building codes to have mechanical or passive smoke control system designed, installed and acceptance tested with the intent to provide a tenable environment for the evacuation or relocation of occupants.
As simple a hood exhaust system seems they are just as complex. Kitchen exhaust hoods that are not setup properly can cause significant problems with air quality and mechanical failure. The building negative pressure will cause unhealthy conditions for employees as well as customers.