Turnkey Ventilation Package Saves Time and Money

Press Release
Thursday, January 31, 2013

Two industry leaders, Delta "T" Systems and Marvair Marine, have combined forces to offer complete heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) packages for boatbuilders

 

The turnkey service is an industry first—no other supplier provides this degree of service or level of detail to marine builders.  It includes design, engineering, component manufacturing, equipment installation support, systems commissioning and full factory warranty.

 

This comprehensive ventilation package is inclusive of systems for the engine room, heads, galley, lockers and cargo spaces, as well as complete HVAC layouts and fresh air makeup.  The process starts with a customer's existing naval architect drawings.  Delta "P" Subsea Systems, an engineering branch of Delta "T" Systems, processes the files through its own software for all ventilation systems on the vessel.  The resulting fully-engineered drawings include schematics, 2D and 3D layouts, piping arrangements and complete lists of materials needed, in unprecedented levels of detail.


Each parts list, for example, extends to ASTM specs for material, size and weld requirements, penetration requirements and type of pipe.  Delta "T" Systems and Marvair provide technical support for the engineering, and
 

design and manufacture all the necessary components for their respective equipment within the customer's system.  Each company offers equipment built specifically for marine applications, with decades of experience.
This comprehensive, turnkey package simplifies the process of installing HVAC systems and saves the customer money in time, labor and materials.  It also makes it easy for the builder to obtain proper certifications, with all required information included in the drawings.

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