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Composite Aire Design

Composite Air Design

Why is Composite Air Design important?

Composite Air Design (CAD) provides lifetime corrosion resistant air-handling units (AHUs)1 with superior thermal performance, weight and durability that will withstand almost any chemical or harsh saline environment.

What do Composite Air Design air-handling units do?

  • CAD AHUs provide heating, cooling and ventilation for facilities in coastal or other challenging environments.
  • Their increased thermal efficiency and the elimination of replacement costs can provide an ROI as low as 3 years.
  • Due to lightweight composite construction, CAD systems can create instant savings on construction due to a decreased need to reinforce the structure and roof of the building. Heavy machinery needed for installation is also minimized.

Where should Composite Air Design be?

  • Buildings in coastal areas
    • Port authority buildings
    • Shipyard offices
    • Public assembly/stadiums
  • Facilities in harsh or chemical environments
    • Laboratories
    • R&D facilities
    • Manufacturing plants
  • Structures with low load requirements

Who should be interested?

  • Mechanical engineers/design professionals
  • Building owners
  • Mechanical contractors
  • Building facilities personnel

Regions Served

Flow Tech is the local Connecticut CAD representative and we also serve Franklin, Hampshire, Berkshire and Hampden counties in Massachusetts.

Important Terms

1An air handler, or air handling unit (AHU), is a device used to regulate and circulate air as part of a heating, ventilating and air-conditioning (HVAC) system.

Ready to find out more?

Watch this video to learn CAD AHUs’ composite material is more durable than steel!