This post is a follow-up to an earlier post here on process vs. technical commissioning and will make much more sense if you have read part 1. Here I am going to take you through a hypothetical project to give you an idea of the differences in services you will see between a technical commissioning approach and a process commissioning approach. This will also give you an idea of why firms offering these two different types of commissioning will give you significantly differen
Here's a quick video post giving an example of how to functionally test a high static pressure safety switch on an air handling unit. A follow-up on testing AHU filters and low static pressure safety switches.
At CCx we believe strongly that the only way for our clients to receive a well-commissioned and properly functioning building is to use a technical commissioning approach. The main advantages of our technical approach are: A true 3rd-party verification. Saving on increased Contractor fees in plumbing, mechanical, electrical, testing-adjusting-balancing, and controls. A more experienced team is verifying installation. A system-wide approach which identifies problems individual