Warehouse Heating - Cambridge Engineering

WAREHOUSE HEATING, VENTILATION  & COOLING SYSTEMS 


CHALLENGES OF HEATING , VENTILATING AND COOLING A WAREHOUSE

High-bay warehouse and distribution facilities throughout the US and Canada have a variety of requirements for their heating, ventilation and tempered air cooling systems. These warehouse heating, cooling and ventilation systems are designed to meet the Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) requirements, occupant comfort requests and energy savings goals. Due to the height of the ceilings found in these buildings—not to mention the substantial number of loading dock doors—these building types are unique in their design and create some additional HVAC challenges. It is because of these unique properties that selecting the proper equipment for heating, ventilating and tempered cooling for warehouses can vary from building to building.


WHY CHOOSE CAMBRIDGE® FOR WAREHOUSE HEATING, VENTILATION AND EVAPORATIVE COOLING?

Cambridge Engineering's warehouse heating, ventilation and cooling systems are manufactured to deliver the highest quality solutions efficiently. Warehouses and distribution centers are a cornerstone in the national economy. Ensuring the best quality conditions for workers, goods and materials has become second nature to Cambridge.

As an industry leader in this market, we design, manufacture and install world-class factory heating solutions and ventilation systems across North America. We are a team full of problem solvers who are easy to do business with, ready to customize the perfect solution for your facility. Our expert team works tirelessly to innovate and provide cost effective and long-term warehouse heating, cooling and ventilation systems.

 

APPLICATIONS INCLUDE: 


  • Big Box Warehouses
  • Logistics facilities
  • Food & Beverage
  • Paper factories
  • Retail warehouses
  • Housewares

WAREHOUSE HEATING & VENTILATION

Warehouses and distribution facilities can achieve their heating and ventilation needs with only our S-Series direct-fired space heaters (which utilize energy efficient HTHV technology), manufacturing facilities often need ventilation and exhaust replenishment to remove contaminants and other pollutants from the space. In those applications, the solution will require a larger number of Cambridge make-up air units (MAU).

Our S-Series and SA-Series lines of HTHV products range in BTU capacity from 250,000 to 3,200,000. They utilize 100% outside air to meet the ventilation needs of ASRAE 62.1 during occupied hours or straight ventilation during the non-heating seasons throughout the year.

In addition to heating solutions, our M-Series line of MAUs is an excellent warehouse ventilation solution, providing the necessary exhaust replenishment, additional ventilation or tempered air-cooling requirements that some manufacturing facilities may need to meet IAQ compliance standard or employee comfort requirements.


WAREHOUSE EVAPORATIVE COOLING SYSTEMS

Warehouse cooling systems have long relied on traditional air conditioners. However, this has not been the most beneficial solution for cooling larger spaces such as warehouses and distribution centers. Current cooling systems can be extremely limiting from both operational and functional viewpoints.

Cambridge Engineering's commercial and industrial evaporative cooling solutions from our new ESC-Series and E-Series enable firms to gain better cooling benefits with a smaller environmental footprint. In recent years, building owners and operators have made sustainable practices and HVAC operation a top priority to mitigate environmental risks. 

The E-Series is a direct evaporative only cooling unit with 10 different models that range from 10,000 CFM to 80,000 CFM. The new semi-custom ESC-Series will utilize indirect, direct or two stage evaporative cooling with options to add Energy Recovery, Gas Heating, Hot Water Heating, or DC cooling. We offer 14 different warehouse evaporative cooling models that range from 2,450 CFM to 58,800 CFM. Both lines are available as a roof top or a pad mount installation, and have several filter options, discharge options, voltage options, Mixing Box options as well as many other options to meet the needs of warehouses or distribution centers.

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