Duct detailing and Sizing Shop Drawings
Designers apply parameters such as air density, dynamic viscosity, and flow to work out duct sizing accurately. They have to indicate airflow for each component of the duct system. HVAC shop drawings must take into account heating and cooling loads for each room. Duct detailing and sizing is a critical component of MEPF design projects. Engineers, contractors, and architects all around the world recognize the importance of getting their ductwork design right to facilitate the proper installation of efficient HVAC systems.
Heating System Shop Drawings
Heating system design shop drawings require the correct application of HVAC principles, along with consideration of building materials and methods of construction, and strict adherence to mandated building codes and safety regulations.
Cooling System Shop Drawings
At INDBIM, our HVAC designers are skilled in applying industry best practices for cooling and dehumidifying large and small spaces – knowledge that goes beyond the technical requirements of a cooling system. There are many variables that must be considered when locating ductwork, diffusers, and returns. Also, depending on the type of cooling system choosen for the facilities, such as zone distribution – the location of variable air volume boxes for precise control of zone temperatures which will lower energy consumption and provide passive dehumidification must also be considered.