AHU Refurbishment & Repair
Air Handling Unit (AHU) refurb & repair
ECEX offers a comprehensive Air Handling Unit (AHU) refurbishment and repair service, helping businesses keep essential equipment operational, improving energy efficiency and preventing breakdown with minimal impact to day-to-day operations.
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Why refurbish AHUs?
There are compelling reasons to choose refurbishment and repair over AHU replacement. For example, it is less expensive (just 35 to 50% of the cost of a new unit according to some estimates). AHU refurbishment also offers the opportunity to enhance the existing specification by taking advantage of the latest energy efficient EC plug fans and components.
In many cases upgrading AHUs is more practical too – replacing rooftop plant in city-centre locations can be a logistical, cost-prohibitive nightmare. Plus, new heat recovery legislation, as detailed in EcoDesign 2022, means where AHUs are replaced, the new kit is much larger.
AHU refurbishment and repair is the perfect complement to ECEX’s other services, which include access safety and metalwork fabrication; mechanical engineering (from replacing pipework and valves to upgrading or downsizing water storage tanks); and energy saving and building compliance solutions such as the revolutionary ECEX Air Intake Screen.
The ECEX AHU refurbishment and repair service eases the day-to-day burden of maintaining critical plant, allowing you to concentrate on running your business.
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AHU refurbishment and repair benefits:
- Extends lifespan of existing unit
- Typically costs less than a replacement AHU
- Minimal disruption, reduced downtime
- Overcomes transport and access difficulties of replacing units
- Removes need for cranes and road closure
- Latest energy-efficient EC plug fans and components
Contact our AHU refurbishment & repair experts for more information.
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