LARGE ESTATE HOME(12,000 SQ. FT.)
This beautiful home in northern New Jersey had an extensive heating and cooling system that
never was quite right. The home was cool in the winter and either warm or cool and clammy in
the summer. The homeowner was very dissatisfied with his system.
Scientific Air analyzed the existing heating and cooling system and found that although the
basic piping, duct work and equipment were fine, the necessary refinements to the system were
either omitted or never set up and adjusted. Our professional technicians balanced the water
flow through the air conditioners, coils and boilers, set the air flow through the air handlers,
and set the correct thermostat control parameters. The temperature and humidity problems in the
home were eliminated . along with many service calls.
SMALL RANCH HOME (1,800 SQ. FT.)
Scientific Air was contracted to replace the standard residential hot air furnace and air conditioner
in a 1960's ranch home in central New Jersey. We replaced the system with the Carrier® Infinity two-stage
heating, cooling and humidity control system. This new system was 30% lower in capacity, which meant
the home was cooler in the summer, warmer in the winter and the homeowner's utility bills went
ANALYZED ELECTRONICS MANUFACTURING COMPANY
The humidity in this company's manufacturing area was too high. Scientific Air Conditioning and Heating had
Carrier® engineering simulate the equipment and system on its computer system. By adjusting the equipment to
Carrier's® recommendations, bringing the humidity level to within .5% of the target.
CLASSIC CHURCH AIR CONDITIONING/HEATING SYSTEM
This church had a 30-ton two-stage air handler, condenser and hot water boiler. The system includes a Trane heavy
commercial grade equipment and a Barber-Coleman control system. When the system operated the temperature control
was very poor.
Scientific Air found that many modifications had been made to the original control system and there were some
failed parts. Our technicians returned the control system to its original design and upgraded the system so it
worked as intended.
An early Carrier® variable air volume (VAV) system powered Moduline VAV boxes. The Carrier® Moduline system was
the top-of-the-line product when the building was built. However, temperature control and noise in building was
poor for years. Scientific Air diagnosed the problem as duct pressure that was too low due to modifications made
to the system after its original construction.
We repaired the duct work and duct pressure controls. The duct pressure increased and thermostats and VAV boxes
throughout the building began to work correctly. Proper temperature control returned to the building and noise