Fusion has designed and engineered, ventilating, and air conditioning
systems for many types of industrial, commercial and institutional applications. Many of these projects require innovative solutions
to unusual HVAC problems created by special process criteria, manufacturing area ventilation requirements, dust and particulate
loading, severe climatic conditions, and toxic or explosive hazards. Typical of our work in this area is the design and engineering
of sophisticated air handling and filtration systems involving:
• Sensitive process requirements for air movement and/or humidity control
• Hazardous materials in research and development facilities
• Sterile environments for the electronics, API and healthcare industries
• Dust collection, air purification, and environment control systems involving fume removal, air purification, and scrubbing
The system designs have included mechanical dehumidifiers, back-flow preventers, differential pressures and high efficiencies of
new methods of air handling and pressure control through the use of automatic and manual.
Many of the systems are designed to provide for two distinct modes of operation: one for normal conditions and one for emergency
conditions. Under normal conditions, standard airflows and pressures are maintained. Under emergency conditions are established
to provide specific pressures and air flows required to prevent the spread of contamination.
In the design of finished electronics, research and institutional facilities, Fusion recognizes the importance of clean room design
from an HVAC point of view. We have designed ventilation systems for clean room environments to protect the purity of the products
as well as the health and safety of plant personnel.