We have proven the HEDS technology at facilities on shore, and this gives us a great opportunity to save the federal government money while improving troop readiness and morale.
Laguna Hills, CA (PRWEB) February 15, 2018
Conservant Systems, a leader in low-humidity air handling systems, was recently awarded an engineering contract to evaluate the efficacy of its patented technology in six U.S. Navy ship classes. The technology was selected due to the need for onboard humidity control and energy efficiency, but also for its potential to reduce biological growth within their shipboard HVAC systems.
Scot Duncan, President of Conservant Systems, says, "We have proven the HEDS technology at facilities on shore, and this gives us a great opportunity to save the federal government money while improving troop readiness and morale."
This contract award is another strategic win for Conservant Systems in bringing their patented products to the government marketplace.
Conservant Systems is the manufacturer of both outside air pretreatment and dedicated outside air replacement units to solve the issues of HVAC-related high relative humidity, biological growth concerns and outside air level requirements, while reducing energy consumption through an energy-efficient and highly resilient design.
Please direct specific questions to Scot Duncan at sduncan(at)conservantsystems(dot)com.
About Conservant Systems
Conservant Systems is committed to providing cost-effective energy efficiency solutions that prioritize the safety and well-being of people. Their innovative High Efficiency Dehumidification System (HEDS) provides industry-leading dehumidification at a fraction of the energy usage, increasing the energy efficiency of traditional AHUs by up to three times and reducing or eliminating the transmission of mold, bacteria or other airborne pathogens.
The HEDS is available for all Commercial, Industrial and Institutional (CII) and Municipal, University, School and Hospital (MUSH) markets in areas of the globe that require energy efficient relative humidity control. Go to http://www.ConservantSystems.com for more information.