We can still feel the chill in the air in the mornings here in the Bluegrass, but as any true Kentuckian knows, “If you don’t like the weather, wait five minutes and it will change.” In just a few weeks, or even days, we know we’ll be sweating out the warmer weather. When it comes to business owners, property managers, school and organization maintenance supervisors, they understand the importance of a properly and efficiently functioning cooling system for the comfort of the staff, students, patients, and reliable process cooling for product manufacturing, as well as the overall operation of the facility. Read More “Get ready for the HEAT with a Preseason Cooling System Preventative Maintenance”
The holiday season has passed, but the freezing temperatures are still here reminding us that Spring is still a few months away. We hope that the famous groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil, will not see his shadow on February 2nd but if he does, it gives our commercial and industrial clients six more weeks to get ready for the warmer weather. Mid-January to mid-February is the perfect time to call Comfort & Process Solutions to schedule your Preventative Maintenance (PM) for your Cooling Towers and Chillers. Read More “It’s that Time of the Year … to Schedule your Cooling Towers & Chillers Preventative Maintenance”
Commercial boilers are pressurized systems that burn combustible fuel or use electricity to heat water that is used to provide heating in your building or for process. Some types of boilers use the hot water itself, while others heat and convert the water to steam.
Depending on your company’s product and processes, commercial boilers can be used for heating but also for production and manufacturing. There are four main types of boilers: Read More “Commercial Boiler Inspections & Preventative Maintenance Keeps Your Business Running”
What is Dehumidification?
During these dog days of summer, as we beat the heat and humidity, we thought it would be a good time to talk about Dehumidification in Commercial HVAC systems. Dehumidification is the process in which moisture or water vapor is removed from the air keeping the DB (dry bulb) temperature constant. Dehumidification is a psychometric process, which includes dehumidification during the heating or cooling process. Since we’re in mid-August, let’s discuss the cooling process specifically, which is obtained when the air is pushed through and over coil where either the cool refrigerant, chilled water or cooled gas is passed. Now that the air is cooled, how is it dehumidified? Read More “Dehumidification Control for Commercial Facilities”
Comfort and Process Solutions of Central Kentucky goes beyond Commercial HVAC but also focus on improving your company’s comfort and process. In that regard, CPS has over 12 years’ experience offering their commercial clients an added benefit by providing Commercial and Industrial Controls, including installation, programming, monitoring and training. Read More “How Controls Create Effective Comfort & Process for your Business”
How Energy Efficiency can Benefit your Business
Governments across emerging markets are working to improve energy efficiency and reduce domestic energy consumption. Businesses of all sizes and industries likewise, are making changes to their processes to conserve energy and in turn reduce costs. Whether it’s keeping the lights on, maintaining comfortable temperatures for your staff, using various processes to run a production line … energy keeps our businesses running.
When your business or government organization makes effort to become more energy efficient, the following benefits can be attained: Read More “Energy Efficient HVAC Systems for your Business”
Comfort & Process Solutions of Kentucky fills two basic needs for the Commercial & Industrial industries, which are ironically: (1) comfort and (2) process, hence the inspiration of our company name. How do we fill these basic commercial needs? And why are these so essential to any business’ productivity? Read More “Chiller & Boilers Repair and Installation in Central Kentucky”