Our technical support team are here to help. Please get in touch to discuss your air handling requirements. Once we have a better understanding of your business, we will arrange an air handling survey and assessment of your facility to ensure we provide the best solution for your needs.
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Custom-Designed Air Handling Units
Our air handling units (AHUs) are specifically designed for the food processing and manufacturing environment. Our professional, trained engineers will ensure AHU design, installation and maintenance to meet your specific requirements.
In the first instance, our highly experienced technical consultant will perform a free site survey and assessment of your current air handling at your food factory or processing facility. Once we have understood your specific air handling needs, the HVDS technical team will advise on the best possible solution for your custom-designed AHU.
Our trained engineers will supply and install your bespoke AHU, ensuring that everything meets your expectations. Furthermore, as part of our FUSION™ service package, our engineers will also provide a regular air filter change service and an ongoing AHU maintenance and cleaning. Read more about our FUSION™ system management services here.
Custom-designed AHUs can fit all applications, including complex areas where there is limited space available. Whether you require a standard or bespoke air pattern, we will configure your air handling system and AHU to meet your requirements. Find out here how AHUs work and how they keep your air clean.
What you can expect when you choose an Air Handling Unit from HVDS
HVDS is the only clean air and air handling specialist dedicated to supporting the food industry. Here is what you can expect when you choose an AHU from HVDS:
Please contact our highly experienced technical team to discuss your air handling requirements.
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