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These tests along with others, were developed to help ensure that both the initial product and final construction meet the required building design codes and local construction standards.
Building of all shapes and sizes are subjected to wind loads. Depending on the geographic location of these buildings, design wind loads can vary significantly. Load imposed by winds can result in air leakage around the buildings various Fenestration products. The equipment we have created and utilize is intended to simulate the anticipated wind loads that are expected to impact your building Fenestration products via air leaks.
Air leakage is determined by monitoring a high precision “Manometer” while maintaining the test specimen at a constant air pressure differential. With
positive or negative mass air flow, our technicians are capable of determining the overall performance of the Fenestration product. Errors in type, mounting, application, design, etc., can be determined through the use of our “state of the art” static and dynamic pressure chambers.
Allow CZ to help you reduce potential risk or future fenestration problems by evaluating your proposed fenestration products. CZ has the capabilities to perform and
complete this testing in the field.
Water resistance testing is intended to verify the suitability of test specimens for resistance to water penetration under cyclic or static air pressure. The purpose of the cyclic or static air pressure testing is to use air pressure differences which simulate differing storm events or conditions.
The actual test results can also be used to differentiate between problems with water penetration occurring inside the Fenestration product itself or if whether the penetration has occurred into the surrounding wall cavity.
One benefit to completing the testing process for both the air and water intrusion (leakage) is that these tests can work in conjunction with thermal and deflection evaluations to pinpoint problems more specifically, and can be done on site with one combined process, which in turn, will cut costs and save time by eliminating redundant testing or set ups.
Monitoring a buildings infrastructure of energy usage details a story of when, what & how efficient your structure really is. Also what improvements can be done. By taking scientific measurements we can understand HVAC air flow, static pressures, temperatures then make adjustments.
Building continuous commissioning and testing. In our assessments we test duct air flow, static pressures, duct leakage, back drafting of flue gases. Roof top package HVAC systems are generally un-efficient or in need of maintenance. Walk-in refrigeration systems we find temperatures general set to low causing compressors to run non stop. Door seals causing leakage, clogged evaporator / condenser coils, no thermal barriers in ceilings, etc.
Data collecting is done by us installing our sensors that reports and stores necessary information to our cloud. This information is stored for years. We continue storing this data from day one. Continuous commissioning is something our competitors do not do.
Why is this important?
Over time mechanical equipment will become less efficient. We compare the stored data annually to existing data. Example: A new compressor that usually ran 12 hours per day to maintain zero degrees in a walk-in is now running 16 hours per day a year later. Four additional hours per day times 365 days per year. 1460 hours annually times ten amps at 240 volts. This is 2.4 KWHs times 1460 hours equals 3504 KWHs. At fifteen cents per KWH equals an additional $ 525.60 per year. This is for just one small compressor in your business. This is not including other compressors, HVAC or lighting.
So why is this compressor using more energy after just one year? Many reasons. Bad seal on door, leakage in refrigeration, loose electrical connection's, failing thermostat, failing expansion valve, dirty evaporator or condenser coils.
Our point is, without proper monitoring on high wattage equipment your energy usage keeps rising every month and perhaps you blame it on your electrical company.