Process piping is any piping and components that are not part of the building’s mechanical systems. Process piping can consist of interconnected piping systems such as tubing, pipes, pressure hoses, valves, separators, traps, flanges, fittings, gaskets, strainers and other components. These piping components can be placed together to move, mix, separate, stop, distribute or control the flow of fluids. Process piping is commonly used in the semiconductor, chemical, paper processing, petroleum refinery, pharmaceutical and textile industries.
In commercial buildings, the plumbing systems are going to be used a lot more frequently and thus the grade of the pipes and fixtures needs to be higher. These need to be more heavy duty, requiring more durability than a single household would.
Industrial HVAC is a ‘packaged’ unit. Many industrial HVAC units have all of the components of a split system in a single unit. That is to say, instead of having an external component and an indoor component as the split system does, the industrial HVAC unit has both of these components in one unit, hence the name “package unit”. The industrial HVAC unit still has all of the same components: the supply, return, filters, coolant lines, compressors, and blower fans; however, because the components are compacted into a single unit, the unit can be moved from location to location. This makes Industrial HVAC units perfect for temporary cooling needs in almost any facility.
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