FACTORY HEATING, VENTILATION & AIR CONDITIONING
Exeon can design and install factory heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems. Our expert advice, innovative design and practical solutions ensure you can benefit from an industrial ventilation system that provides clean, fresh air to the workplace and improves internal air quality.Contact Us
Positive Pressure Systems
A common requirement for forced air ventilation is to supply makeup air to offset negative pressures resulting from LEV systems. Many hygiene-critical manufacturing environments require positive pressure to avoid dirty air entrainment.
Heat Extraction Systems
Well-designed heat extraction fans can avoid the capital and running costs of industrial cooling systems, where heat sources are identified and extracted to avoid the heat spreading to the general environment.
We can design, supply and install new and replacement:
- Industrial AHUs (Industrial Air Handling Units)
- Complete Industrial Heating Ventilation & Air Conditioning (Industrial HVAC)
- Factory exhaust fans and filters
- Specialist filtered systems for control of particulate
- Negative pressure containment areas with SafeChange HEPA filtration (Including Medical Ventilation)
- Heat extraction fans and heat extraction systems
- Industrial cooling systems
- Industrial dehumidification systems
SOME OF OUR RECENT INDUSTRIAL VENTILATION INSTALLATIONS
CYCLONE AFTER-FILTER REPLACEMENT
Exeon were asked to provide a quotation to replace an Existing cyclone after-filter, known as the 'Cyclofilter'.
The Cyclofilter was in very poor condition, and rusted right through in place, due to the quantity of moisture in the air, and was becoming at risk of being unstable. It also was aesthetically very unsightly. Read more...
DUST EXTRACTION AND VENTILATION FOR D&T WORKSHOP AT COLLEGE
The existing dust extraction systems in D&T workshop had low flow and poor design, and were very noisy as internally located, making teaching nearly impossible when running. In addition, the units were not ATEX rated which was necessary due to the fine wood dust being handled. Read more...