HTS New England was selected as the basis for design for the Schlau-Cohen Laboratory renovation. Through a strong relationship with the engineer, WSP, HTS was trusted with our technical expertise for this challenging project.
To be able to continue with research, the new laser lab needed an upgraded HVAC system, as the original was no longer capable of providing the required level of dehumidification and temperature control. The CDI units in the laser lab needed extremely dry air with very tight temperature and humidity controls to function properly.
On the basement level, HTS installed two 2,250 CFM CDI Model Desiccant Dryers to provide the laser lab with exceptional quality air control. In addition, HTS also assisted in retrofitting two Energy Labs Air Handling Units with new cooling coils.