Engineered HVAC Solutions


Wherever a solution is needed, we will be there.

Data Center

The amount of data used in modern society is increasing exponentially every year, and the larger the amount of data processed, the more high-performance servers and data processors are required, and the higher the high-performance equipment, the greater the amount of heat generated. And the method of effectively and economically handling heat generation is central to the technology of data center cooling. In addition to the computer room cooling system (CRAC), we provide server rack cooling (RDHEx) and various cooling solutions according to the characteristics of each data center.

IDC Solution

Construction direction Build a stable and efficient system at minimal cost
Apply the top construction methods and specifications
Present perfect access control and security measures
Present top-quality computerized infrastructure to prevent the
failure and malfunction of various equipment
1. Consultation  2. Design  3. Construction  4.Supervision

Green Data Center Establishment of the foundation for
building a top-quality data center
Establishment of goals, basic requirements,
and conceptual design for green data centers
Establishment of infrastructure facilities in
response to the global carbon regulatory environment
Reduction of operating costs and improvement of the company
image through the construction of green data centers

Improve IT service availability Laying the foundation for improving
IT service availability
Deriving infrastructure deployment plans based
on a level of availability that meets international standards
Acceptance of infrastructure requirements according
to customer business growth
Establishment of the foundation for future IT
service quality improvements


Military & Protected Area

Different standards apply to key operational facilities and
guarded facilities on military bases in comparison to ordinary
buildings. Since such buildings must be able to endure any
environment and conditions, they must be protected from natural
disasters as well as human threats.

Critical Production Facility

In order to keep pace with the rapidly changing times,
corporations are now striving to establish multiproduct
or multi-purpose manufacturing facilities.
One of the key elements in meeting such corporate needs
is design and heating, ventilation and air conditioning
(HVAC) systems for clean rooms.

Dry Room

Dry Room

A dry room is a room that maintains its humidity at
a relative humidity (RH) of 10% or less and the dew
point of -10℃ or under. We provide a total solution
including a refrigerator, cooling tower, dehumidifier
and air conditioner for ultra-low and low-humidity
environments with an RH of less than 1%, and a bypass
cooling unit (BCU) for smart heat removal and air circulation.

Clean Room

A clean room is a limited space that is controlled
for pollution as well as temperature and humidity
conditions that are generally controlled by air
conditioning facilities. This allows control over
all particles floating in the air, including dust,
bacteria, viruses, metal powders, skin cells from the
human body, etc.

Clean Room


Minimizing the environment in a hospital in which
viruses can survive, as HVAC design that is not
well-managed or inadequate in terms of equipment
performance can cause the growth of harmful viruses.

TIC (Turbine Inlet Cooling)

A Turbine Inlet Cooling System cools down high-temperature
air before it travels into a compressor.
TIC is an engineering technology that allows gas turbines
to achieve maximum outputs (MmW) by increasing the density
of oxygen required for combustion by cooling the inlet air
of the turbine. By ensuring an output increase of 15 to 23%
over the normal output, it resolves the need for a facilities
expansion or the additional construction of power plants.


VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds)

VOC refers to a liquid or gaseous organic compound that is
easily evaporated into the atmosphere because of its low
boiling point. VOCs cause photochemical smog, and substances
such as benzene are highly harmful to the human body as a
carcinogenic substance, and most VOCs can be classified as
substance that cause odor. The VOC generated in the
manufacturing process passes through the rotor and is adsorbed
into the treatment zone. In this process, the treated air is
discharged as purified air since the VOC has been removed
through the rotor. The absorbed VOC flows into the regeneration
zone through the rotation of the rotor and the concentrated
VOC-absorbed air is passed through the "regeneration zone” at
a high temperature (180 to 200℃) to remove the VOC.

R&D Center
(Laboratory Objectives)

Harmful materials used in the laboratory include chemicals,
radioactive materials and infectious biological materials,
which require appropriate safety measures.


Providing a total HVAC solution as one of the vital areas of human survival