Cell Tower Upgrades for Verizon

Verizon Cell Tower Upgrades

We are providing air conditioning replacements and upgrades to remote based cell sites all over Connecticut. Many of these replacements are custom design build to fit specific locations such as basements, roofs or in the middle of an office building. We are removing old R-22 unit and replacing them with 410A more environmentally friendly units.…

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Preparing For Storm Season

Hurricane Straps/Clips Hurricane straps are designed to secure a rooftop unit to a roof curb. By doing this, the rooftop unit is more likely to withstand high wind gusts, thereby reducing the chance of the unit separating from the roof curb and causing damage to other equipment, people or the building itself.   The strap/clip…

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Kerite

Kerite, Seymour installation of new RTU installation

Controlled Air, Inc. removed six old 25-ton rooftop units. Six new, high efficiency Carrier 25-ton units which were installed, as well as smoke detectors, control wiring, and condensate drain piping. The new units fit in the locations of the old units perfectly, so no adapter curbs were required. Overall a simple roof top unit replacement.…

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New England Air Museum

New England Air Museum Air Conditioning

New England Air Museum has been a customer of Controlled Air, Inc. for a few years now. In this latest project, we added air conditioning to two buildings where airplanes are displayed. What was special about this project is they did not want the units blocking the displays or impacting the viewer. Units that would…

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Summer HVAC Maintenance and Service

HVAC Summer maintenance

Regular Summer Maintenance helps your system run efficiently and with less problems. When you have a service contract with Controlled Air, Inc. we check your systems seasonally to make sure they are running at their most optimum. Summer maintenance is typically less involved then the Spring and fall maintenance. The requirements for the summer maintenance…

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PCC Structurals, Groton

PCC Structurals

PCC Structurals Wax Room Chiller – An aging process chiller put the production capabilities of PCC Structurals at risk so they turned to Controlled Air, Inc. to design and build a new process cooling system. Controlled Air, Inc. recommended installing a new chiller on the roof so a steel support system was designed and installed.…

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Stony Creek Brewery

Stony Creek Brewery, Branford CT

Stony Creek Brewery was new construction. We worked in combination with Pat Munger Construction and Joseph T Sepot Architects. Controlled Air, Inc. installed 3 gas/electric roof top units with curbs and economizers, 4 ignition gas fired heaters, dampers, one split system, electric baseboard heating, duct work distribution system, piping, controls and controls wiring. What was…

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Bridgeport Microgrid

Bridgeport Microgrid

Bridgeport Microgrid is a partnership between OR&L Construction in Branford, Controlled Air and Power Island Energy in Jacksonville, Fla. Controlled Air, Inc. will be in charge of the design build concept. This includes the design and installation of the Congeneration System, chilled water system, controls system, underground piping, and thermal loop for both chilled and…

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Update on R-22 Replacements

R-22 Replacements R22 Replacement – As we had previously reported, the price of R22 continues to rise. Since the start of the summer season, we’ve seen the wholesale price of R22 jump over 25%. If you have spent any time researching this subject on the internet, you’ve seen the numerous manufacturers of refrigerant who promise…

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Heat Exchangers

Cooler weather is quickly approaching. With the hot summer we had, the last thing we might think about is the heating components of our HVAC system. In a rooftop unit or furnace, the transfer of heat from the direct fire to the air flowing into the space is the job of the heat exchanger. The…

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