HVAC Design Analysis & Drafting

Deinde is one of the leading HVAC Company in UK that understand the requirements of modern HVAC market. By fulfilling the expectations of our global clientele, we have emerged as a recognized company in our industry sector. All our HVAC designs are drafted to perfection using our in-house BIM drafting team. These designs are validated and optimized by our CFD analysts. The services are rendered by using latest methodologies and most suitable technologies in order to provide excellent control over a system.

We believe that bigger isn’t any better. Rules of thumb can quickly get you into an oversized situation, which affects not only the comfort and air quality, but also the energy bills. Deinde optimizes the manual calculations to know how much heating and cooling the facility actually needs.

After the load is known, the next step is to select equipment that matches. The most important aspect of selection is to interpret the capacity at the design conditions found at the location at which it will be installed. This requires interpolation of the manufacturer’s data. Ignoring this often leads to incorrectly sized systems.
CFD analysis ensures that the right amount of air gets to the right location, and at the right velocity for proper mixing, the ductwork must be designed, sized and optimized correctly.

The right placement of orifices/grilles make significant differences in how air moves around the room/facility. With the help of CFD analysis various options can be compared for their effectiveness, resulting in an optimized sized system. We’ll make sure all the openings match the needs of the facility and HVAC application.

CFD analysis helps to understand complex flow problems. Performance of the system can be analyzed in the early design stages making the design process flawless, efficient and shorter turnaround time for development work. In the building design CFD can be used to analyze external flow such as building aerodynamics and wind load as well as the internal flow analysis including thermal comfort, contaminant control and smoke control thus providing a safer greener design.