Service & Repair
Listed below are the different types of heating systems that Lane Associates services. All heating equipment encompass various components from the systems listed below.
Indirect Gas/Electric fired heating systems
- Rooftop package heating/cooling units (RTUs)
- Gas fired duct furnaces
- Gas fired furnaces
- Gas fired radiant heating
- Make-up air heating systems
Direct Gas fired heating systems
- Make-up air heating systems
- Direct fired heating systems
Boilers: Comfort heating and process
- Boiler Room specialties
- Steam traps
- Steam condensate return systems
- Boiler room controls operational & safety
- Steam to hot water heat exchangers
- Pumping stations
- Feed water systems
- boiler room controls operational & safety
- Oil & Gas Burners
- Duel fuel burners
- Air atomizing Burners
- Pressure atomizing burners
- Burner controls
Complete Boiler room up grading to meet changing system needs and improve system efficiency
Listed below are the different types of HVAC systems that Lane Associates service and install. All cooling equipment encompasses one or more of the components listed below to provide comfort and process cooling along with environmental rooms.
- Split Systems
- Rooftop Units
- PTAC units
- Condensing units
- Cooling Towers
Balancing is a process to distribute the appropriate amounts of air or liquid to the systems’ design criteria. It can be used to fine tune a system and ensure that all systems are working at their maximum possible efficiency. Improper balancing is the cause of many systems not being able to function properly. It is recommended to balance both your air and liquid systems on initial installation as well as periodically while the system is running. Systems should be balanced to meet design specifications to run at peak efficiency.
Many companies investigate IAQ complaints as they arise but few monitor IAQ indicators regularly. Typically, indoor air quality problems are caused by lack of temperature and humidity, lack of air circulation (stuffiness or stale air), biological contaminants, or chemical contaminants (chemicals emitted from materials in the workspace). Occupants in the building may complain of being tired, suffering from allergies or worse yet coming down with serious illnesses. The spread of harmful bacteria such as Flu, Strep, E Coli, MSRA and other harmful airborne germs can be spread by poor Indoor Air Quality.
When confronted with indoor air quality complaints, the goal is to identify the cause and combat them.
Basic indoor air quality parameters including, temperature, humidity, and CO2 measurements will be taken to evaluate thermal environmental conditions. Other measurements including testing for carbon monoxide, hydrogen sulfide, and formaldehyde will be taken. Air flow characteristics and pressure relationships are also evaluated.
All data is entered into a report and a plan is devised to correct the problems determined through our investigation.
Contact us to learn more about our IAQ Program.