Testing, Adjustment & Balancing
Testing, Adjusting, and Balancing (TAB) involves measuring and adjusting air and water flows to meet design requirements. The TAB process is comprised of using test instruments, sensors and monitors to verify appropriate temperatures, airflow and other characteristics within the HVAC system. Testing, Adjusting, and Balancing is a vital step for complex air and hydronic systems within buildings and throughout campuses to ensure HVAC systems are optimized for occupant comfort, energy efficiency, indoor air quality, and manufacturing processes.
Most TAB work involves testing, measurement, and establishing performance benchmarks. Key examples of these activities include quantifying air & hydronic volumetric flow rates, verifying heat transfer performance, and adjusting ventilation and air exchange rates.
Porphyra upholds the highest standards in the Testing, Adjusting, and Balancing of complex air and water systems. We’ve helped building owners, engineers, and design professionals achieve the correct balance of flow distribution since 2012. We are one of the few companies that is certified by National Balancing Council (NBC) as test and balanced company in the field of commercial HVAC air and hydronic testing and balancing. We provide technically proficient and cost-effective services based on their procedural standards.
Our TAB services optimize environmental performance and occupant comfort and help keep your building’s operating costs down. Our team understands the most complex HVAC building systems, and uses the latest techniques and equipment to balance the total system effectively and efficiently.