Surna Inc. expands its MEP (mechanical, electrical, plumbing) engineering services integrating with new technologies, which can benefit numerous clients.
FREMONT, CA: Recently, Surna Inc. has announced the development of its portfolio of services and products. Historically, Surna has been known for its professionalism in 2 and 4-pipe chilled water solutions, and it is commonly known as hydronic cooling and dehumidification. It is a new technology, which offers,
Direct expansion (DX) units with standalone dehumidification options consist of split systems, mini-splits, and packaged rooftop units (RTUs).
• Racking solutions for optimum airflow designs in tiered layouts.
• Desiccant solutions can be utilized for low humidity applications.
• Complicated DX system options with combined dehumidification through hot gas reheat and wintertime economization.
Surna’s expanded MEP (mechanical, electrical, plumbing) engineering services integrating the new technologies have benefitted numerous clients. The four new contracts consist of the following designs:
Project in Missouri: Surna will deliver engineering design services, which can be utilized for cooling, dehumidification, and wintertime economization.
Customers can also use it is Complex DX RTU systems in a 33,000 square foot facility. Surna is also offering its latest racking airflow design and technology in the tiered grow room design.
Project in Iowa: Surna delivers its design services, and DX split systems with hot gas reheat for a 5,000 square foot indoor drying facility to produce industrial hemp.
Project in Michigan: Surna offered engineering design services for cooling and dehumidification utilizing its new DX split systems with hot gas reheat in a 1,200 square foot facility.
Project in Pennsylvania Surna will offer engineering design services making use of its latest Complex DX RTU systems with integrated dehumidification in a 52,000 square foot facility.
The new technology provided by the company is boosted by customer feedback. It is evidence of Surna’s dedication to delivering inventive environmental control solutions to its consumers and the convenience of gaining products and MEP design services from a single foundation.
According to Tony McDonald, Surna’s Chairman and CEO, “these new products and services demonstrate Surna’s evolution and deliver on promises we have made to our customers and shareholders.” “With this broader range of design services and greatly expanded product portfolio, we are able to provide optimal environmental control solutions for virtually any size and sophistication of cultivation facilities.”