Oklahoma Chiller Provides HVAC Systems to Businesses | Community
Representatives from Oklahoma Chiller met with the Noon Lions Club to explain a bit about the process and services for their business, through their testing and processing with their HVAC units.
Brian Carpenter, of Oklahoma Chiller, said it was a full-service commercial HVAC company.
“We have offices in Tulsa and Oklahoma City,” Carpenter said. “Our expertise includes things like air handling units, ice storage to piping, geothermal energy.”
Carpenter addressed a business problem that has arisen in the community, but has been in hospitals for longer.
“Landlords and management are encouraged to provide, assess and validate tenants, employees, their customers, their patients or their students with clean, healthy, filtered and conditioned air,” said Carpenter. “Proving by measurement that a safe building environment exists. “
Carpenter touched on a dynamic surrounding the idea of ”how do you keep people healthy?” “
“Our industry follows an American company of heating, refrigeration and air conditioning engineers,” Carpenter said. “This is the science and the behavioral logic behind what goes on in commercial CVC. “
According to Carpenter, the quality of indoor air will have an impact on people’s health.
“Providing acceptable indoor air quality is an essential building service and a central goal,” said Carpenter. “The idea is that there is an incredible advantage to having a high quality interior. “
Carpenter showed an illustration from the Harvard School of Public Health, in which he focused on three important things.
This includes starting to increase ventilation, increasing the efficiency of the filter to capture smaller particles and, on a higher level, supplementing with portable air purifiers.
Carpenter said they are looking at four areas, including ventilation, filtering, air cleaning, and measurement and monitoring.
Carpenter said one of the things Duncan had done was “to put UV (ultraviolet) lighting between the filters and the coils, to clean the two things that are in the air.”
According to Carpenter, UV cleans both airborne particles and surface particles.
Carpenter said that with the technology they have, there are many ways to test the quality of the air leaving a location.
Oklahoma Chiller Corporation is located at 3737 Tinker Diagonal in Del City. You can reach them by calling 405 672-1100. They are also located at 8813 State Highway 66 in Tulsa, OK 74131, and can be reached by calling 918-585-9766 or emailing [email protected]
For more information on Oklahoma Chiller, visit https://www.okchiller.com/ or call 555-620-COOL.