For this condo building, Enviroair provided the Patterson-Kelley boilers and water heaters, Taco pumps and chimneys, and Centrotherm venting for the boilers and make-up air unit.
With 14 storeys and 197 units, the Charlotte is scheduled for completion in early 2023.
When it came time to replace the steam plants in two of its buildings, the university wanted to switch to low-temperature hydronic heating and reduce its carbon footprint.
Enviroair supplied Fulton Endura+ condensing boilers and Enervex fans and dampers.
To update the school’s heating and cooling system, Enviroair provided an aerothermal system consisting of 20 Samsung heat pumps along with various pumps, plate heat exchangers, and expansion tanks.
The system was designed in collaboration with LGT and installed by Groupe Cevec.
For this elementary school, Enviroair used equipment by ClimaCool, Taco, and Rehau to create a geothermal water-to-water heat pump system for heating and cooling.
The system was designed in collaboration with EXP Montreal and installed by Entreprises Léon Labrecque.
Enviroair outfitted a new pavilion at the hospital with a Fulton VSRT 30HP steam heating system mounted on a platform.
The system was designed in collaboration with Stantec and installed by 3P Constructions.
Enviroair supplied all the hydronic equipment for these three residential buildings, Taco pumps, Patterson-Kelley boilers and Nimbus adiabatic cooler.
Each building contains 46 units with heatpumps. The equipment provided by Enviroair provide heat and cooling for those heatpumps.
Enviroair supplied an economizer by Enervex that improved the efficiency of the hospital’s boiler system by conserving energy and recovering waste heat.
The equipment was installed by Black and McDonald.