Maintain Mechanical - Prevantative Mechanical Maintenance - Make-up Air Units
One of the benefits of using Maintain Mechanical for your regular servicing and preventative maintenance is that we offer a dashboard system where you can easily check all scheduled maintenance and part servicing on your make-up air units.
With make-up air units, there are a few parts that are critical for tracking the replacement and how long they have been in the field. From filter cleaning / replacement to belts, to motor cleanings, etc.
With our most common package, we also inspect every aspect of your make-up air units to ensure that not only are they in good condition but that they are running optimally to reduce the cost of operation.
Our more premium packages include more in depth replacements to help maximize the lifespan of your make-up air units.
Our role is to highlight small deficiencies or determine oversights before they become larger and more costly problems for your air make-up units.
Preventative maintenance on mechanical building equipment can be compared to the maintenance of a vehicle; it’s far cheaper and safer to inspect and replace a car’s brake pads when required rather than leaving it until other parts of the braking system are affected.
Depending on your equipment, you may require more in-depth maintenance services. Some air make-up and conditioning units can be a lot more all-inclusive with more automated controls. No matter how automated your system is, our skilled maintenance technicians can properly ensure all systems are maintained.
This doesn’t mean your cost will necessarily be higher. We offer custom solutions to ensure that no one is paying for features or checks that they don’t require, and so that more advanced systems are not having features being skipped.
- Replace belts annually
- Replace filters quarterly
- Visually inspect burner assemblies
- Inspect and test all operational safety devices
- Test ignition control systems and flame signals
- Test and ensure proper settings on all operational controls
- Visually inspect unit for any obvious signs of failure or wear
- Check ignitor
- Check all gasketing
- Check flame-sensor
- Check thermocouples
- Inspect heat exchanger
- Inspect and clean burner
- Grease bearings, as required
- Complete combustion analysis
- Adjust and tune combustion, as required
- Complete incoming, operating, and manifold gas pressure testing and adjust as necessary
- Replace filters monthly
- Replace pilot assemblies annually
- Replace condensate neutralizer media, as required
- Additional time allocated to evaluation of system design, components, and parameters in order to optimize efficiency