Major Projects

University of Wyoming, Bio Science – Laramie, WY

IMG_20140701_124500_698Contractor: Independent Heating – Laramie, WY

Service: S. Conley Sales – Bozeman, MT

The University of Wyoming, Bio Science Building was a fantastic project for S. Conley to be a part of.  With a wide range of equipment

 

Equipment on the project included the following:

Qty 2 – JCI/York Custom model SYC 35000cfm outdoor AHU’s with factory mounted ABB VFD’s in service vestibule, 2×2 IMG_20140701_130614_674direct drive fan array, 100% OA, 100% EA, SS inner wall construction, heat pipe energy recovery with face&bypass dampers, hot water coils with face&bypass dampers, high pressure (1000psi) atomization COOLING ONLY manifolds in both supply and exhaust airstreams, Amber booth siesmic roof curbs.

IMG_20140701_131107_790Qty 2 – Carel Humifog high pressure atomization pumping stations serving 6 manifolds (4 cooling only manifolds in 35000cfm AHU’s and 2 humidifying manifolds serving vivarium).  Individual Carel zone controllers for each manifold providing modulating capacity.  Each pumping station capable of 1260 lbs/hr.  R/O system is serving the pumping stations.

 

 

IMG_20140701_125125_713Qty 3 – Carel Humisonic Humidifiers serving vivarium room for frogs.

Qty 4 – JCI/York Semi-Custom model Solution XTI indoor AHU’s

Qty 6 – Aerovent/Twin City lab exhaust fans – 17000cfm each

Qty 4 – Aerovent mixed flow fans

Qty 2 – Aerovent wall propeller fans.

Qty 2 – JCI/York BDW duct mounted hot water coils.

 

 

Qty 98 – Critical Room Control (CRC) supply air valves.  Each supply air valve has a control enclosure with a MPC controller providing full temperature control in every lab space.  The MPC controllers were configured to IMG_20140701_131938_130control reheat valves/baseboard perimeter heat valves/actuators on supply and general exhaust valves, receive input’s from thermostats/discharge air temp sensors/occupancy sensors/fire-smoke damper aux switches/supply and general exhaust valve transducers/fume hood cfm tracking.

Qty 82 – Critical Room Control (CRC) general exhaust valves.  98% of these valves were installed in the vertical position to save on space which was a great advantage to a renovation project.

Qty 32 – Critical Room Control (CRC) hood exhaust valves.  98% of these valves were installed in the vertical position to save on space which was a great advantage to a renovation project.

IMG_20140701_130542_161Qty 32 – Critical Room Control (CRC) Fume hood monitors and controllers.  New labconco extreme fume hoods were able to provide full capture at 60FPM and the CRC hood exhaust valve and control was able to accommodate that low of flow control with no issue.  Lowest fume hood capture in the industry!