Heat builds up fast in industrial settings like factories and production lines. The excess heat produced during peak industrial production is not relegated to the summer months. Heat in excess of the production facility’s HVAC system can challenge the construction owner’s staff in February every bit as often as it occurs in August. The irregular nature of industrial climate control is why portable air conditioners are required to meet OSHA standards and to prevent overheating and malfunction of equipment.
Commercial portable air conditioners help maintain a comfortable climate in factory floors. Manufacturing lines usually have large spaces which overwhelm the existing HVAC system. Hot spots tend to form when heat produced by equipment can’t be mitigated by fans alone. When excessive heat can’t be mitigated, equipment and crew alike begin to fail and will cause significant delays in the construction process. Once again, often times these issues of excess heat are temporary in nature and thus, portable air conditioning systems often are the optimal solution to construction company owners.
So if you are a business operator and need short-to-long-term portable cooling solutions, know that Americool is your leading source for affordable HVAC solutions.