Location: Hamilton, Washington
Prior to joining JTK Engineering, our now lead JTK engineer provided HVAC design for our parent company Nordic Temperature Control for the new 200,000 square foot manufacturing and office building located in Hamilton, Washington.
Janicki Industries is an internationally recognized technical engineering and manufacturing company that delivers innovative products around the world. The 200,000-square-foot facility was built by Chad Fisher Construction and features high bay assembly spaces, overhead cranes, freezer, curing oven and two stories of office space.
One of the most important features of the new plant is the highly efficient climate control system designed by JTKs lead engineer and installed by Nordic Temperature Control. The manufacturing spaces are served by decoupled heating/cooling and ventilation systems to optimize climate control and reduce energy consumption. This system is very important for composites fabrication, as it maintains constant temperature and humidity to prevent materials from absorbing moisture or deforming when heated. The decoupled system design approach was also key to routing ductwork through the unique CLT building construction as well as limited space between the large crane systems.
The office portions of the building served by high efficiency energy recovery air handlers for ventilation and variable refrigerant flow heat pumps for heating and cooling.
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