Cruise ships and naval ships have special HVAC challenges – shifting occupant volume and patterns, disparate needs room to room, and high humidity and moisture levels.
Preventative HVAC maintenance is difficult due to system accessibility, chemical use and downtime. However, failure to perform proper maintenance can lead to catastrophic disaster when you are hundreds of miles out at sea: HVAC disruption or failure.
When air ventilation systems become contaminated, poor indoor air quality and odours can lead to guest and crew complaints which can lead to lower revenue and occupancy rates.
Combining the highest performing Steril-Aire™ UVC (ultraviolet-C) technology with experienced and skilled professionals, we help you implement clean and energy efficient HVAC upgrade (Heating, ventilation and air conditioning) across your fleet.
Our UVC for HVAC solution can help:
Decrease operating costs: Reduce your energy/fuel consumption per guest through HVAC system heat transfer improvements and increased net cooling capacity. Reduce maintenance costs for HVAC unit.
Improve your HVAC system performance and reinstate it to its original specification. Reduce the risk of HVAC equipment failure when you are a hundreds of miles out at sea.
Attract guest on-board by differentiating your ship from others: Offer better indoor air quality, free of mould, bacteria or viruses and prevent a norovirus outbreak to spread on-board your ship through HVAC.
Improve guest retention and renewal by improving and maximizing HVAC performance in extreme tropical conditions. Avoid guests complaints regarding in-room temperature.
Pass the CDC vessel inspection and/or help maintain a Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plan (SEEMP), which incorporates best practices for the fuel efficient operation of ships, such as introduction of retro fit energy efficiency technologies.
Energy efficiency measures can significantly reduce fuel consumption and, consequently, CO2 emissions.
Maritime Transportation Case studies:
Read how the UK Ministry of Defence and the Royal Navy have installed Steril-Aire™ UVC technology on 12 vessels and saved £8 million in maintenance cost over the life of the vessels.
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