|Application:||A Major Aircraft Manufacturer|
|Building Square Footage:||250,000|
|System Style & Quantity:||6 Outdoor Heating & Cooling Johnson Air-Rotation Systems, for redundancy purposes required by client|
|Savings:||$3.5 million in savings as a result of less utility connections, removal of duct work and installed costs.|
- The aircraft manufacturing company constructed a new facility that required 1,200 tons of cooling.
- A cooling system was designed by a mechanical contractor to meet the quota with 42 rooftop units.
- The buildings current construction could not handle this design and required additional reinforcements or re-building to support rooftop units.
- Johnson’s engineering team eliminated the need for new construction by designing 6 outdoor-placed Johnson Air-Rotation HVAC Systems that were seamlessly incorporated into the current building structure.
- The Johnson Air-Rotation HVAC System reduced the cost of the project due to less equipment, building penetrations, utility connections, duct work and, labor hours.
- With the saved money the customer was able to upgrade to a chilled water system versus the DX system they believed they would have to use with the rooftop units.
- The mechanical contractor was extremely happy with how easy the Johnson Air-Rotation HVAC Systems were to assemble.
- The mechanical contractor said the 1st Johnson Air-Rotation system took 3.5 hours to install and connect to the building, by the time they installed the 6th Johnson Air-Rotation System they had it down to 1 hour.
- The customer was pleased the Johnson Air-Rotation Systems paint color was matched exactly to the overall building color, blending into the space perfectly.
- The customer saved on numerous installation costs associated with rooftop units, allowing them to install a chilled water system and resulting in no additional building work needed during construction as well as savings on utility connections, keeping the project on time and on budget.