- We designs and installs custom HVAC equipment for specialty applications.
- Illustrated in these images are projects completed with Dynamic Air Structures on oil exploration sites in Canada. These jobs require equipment and designs for the most of extreme conditions where temperatures can plunge to -40 degrees Fahrenheit in the winter and 100+ degrees Fahrenheit in the summer. Matching equipment to meet these rigorous challenges is welcomed by us.
- The newest phase of specialty equipment design with Dynamic Air Structures integrates hydrogen sulfide and ammonium sulfate sensors in the HVAC equipment that simultaneously shut down supply and introduce a positive filtered air supply to the shelters in the event of a chemical gas incident. This combination can save lives when implemented.
- Five 25 ton package units were installed on June 15, 2014 in a 76’ x 176’ Dynamic Air Shelters structure in Borger, TX.
- 1,000,000 btu’s of electric heat using two large capacity Flagro heaters specially designed for heating a welding facility at the Nova Chemical Facility in Joffre, Alberta, Canada.
- 420,000 btu’s of propane heat using two Rupp heaters specially designed to heat a storage facility at the Imperial Oil site in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada.
- 2,800,000 btu’s of propane heat using five Rupp heaters and 28 tons of Carrier air conditioning specially designed for a dining facility and an office facility at the Flint Energy site in Anzac, Alberta, Canada.
- 2,600,000 btu’s of propane heat using nine Rupp heaters specially designed for heating three maintenance facilities and one storage facility for Flint Energy in Fort Mac Murray, Alberta, Canada.