Custom air handling units offer significant benefits over standard commercial grade units. Average design life is increased from less than 15 years to more than 30. Average cabinet leakage is reduced from 5% of design CFM at 5″ of static pressure, to 1% of design CFM at 10″ of static pressure. Custom units are more flexible than standard units and offer factory piping, wiring and optional factory sound, lead and performance testing. In addition, a three-year cost comparison shows a savings of over $40,000.
Several factors must be considered when reviewing a purchase of a custom air handler. Following is a list showing a few common rules of thumb when considering a custom air handling solution.
From the first engineering design to system start-up, attention to detail is what separates MarCraft from the competition. Our experienced in-house engineering team stands ready to solve any design and performance questions. We don’t rely on programs or fancy software to take the place of experienced engineers who design each system from a clean sheet of paper. MarCraft’s dedicated manufacturing team takes great pride in producing a high quality unit. We also run each custom HVAC system through rigorous testing prior to shipment to ensure it works to exact specifications. Every last detail is followed, right down to using heavy-mil shrink-wrap on all sections during shipment. Our number one job is to serve you and provide the highest quality custom HVAC system possible.
MarCraft™ custom HVAC units can be designed to meet any project’s unique needs by providing the following:
- Unmatched HVAC application engineering expertise
- Flexible Layouts and Capacities to solve the toughest challenges
- High Quality
- Long Life and Minimal Maintenance
- Efficient Operation
- Budget Based Custom Solutions
MarCraft units are capable of incorporating other devices or features, a benefit often not available in commercial grade equipment. Features such as energy recovery, high particulate filtration, stacked units, special footprints, chillers, boilers, electrical gear and construction materials are all items which can be considered.
Before you start your next project, design study, or design-build project, contact the MarCraft Division of Arizon Companies for information and application assistance.