Every HVAC installation moves forced air through ductwork - sometimes hundreds of feet across multiple floors of a building.
Testing and balancing that air flow is our job. Triton engineers test and adjust air distribution so that each zone of the space receives the optimum supply of air to offset improper heat gain or loss.
The inadequate heat gain or loss costs money - in energy use (doubly so when staff members bring in their own auxiliary electric heaters or fans), in lost productivity, in duct leakage and loss to hard and soft goods from improper humidity and dew point monitoring.
Most often, mechanical design plans determine the optimum airflow in a new construction project. Changes during construction can alter the original airflow specification - requiring on-site testing and then fine tuning of the registers and vents to achieve the highest possible occupant comfort - whether those occupants be staff members, patients, customers or visitors.