Testing, Adjusting and Balancing
Contractors that use ICB-certified technicians and supervisors ensure that HVAC systems operate at the highest standards of energy efficiency, occupant comfort and ventilation effectiveness. ICB-certified professionals are recognized as the most competent, reliable and qualified in the HVAC industry. Hire ICB-certified professionals for a properly-functioning HVAC system.
Building commissioning is the process of attaining, verifying and documenting the performance of a building and its systems to ensure it meets the specifications and needs of the owner and occupants. ICB-certification shows that the supervisor is trained and competent in the HVAC systems to be performed. Studies prove higher occupant comfort levels and more efficient use of resources when certified professionals are used.
HVAC Sound and Vibration
Ideally, HVAC systems should run smoothly and with minimal noise. However, some “kick in” with vibrations and loud rolling clatter, which can be annoying to building occupants. The ICB-certified sound and vibration professional is vital in creating a solution using techniques of measurement and analysis. Certification is a statement that the contractor and supervisor have met ICB’s strictest standards.
Fume Hood Performance Testing
Contractors that use ICB-certified fume hood performance testing technicians provide a proven level of expertise by operating in accordance with the ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 110-1995. https://www.ashrae.org/standards-research--technology/standards-interpretations/interpretations-for-standard-110-1995 Keep your facility safe and your operators protected by hiring contractors that use ICB-certified fume hood performance testing technicians.
Total Building Energy Audit
HVAC Fire Life Safety
HVAC Fire Life Safety Level 1 and Level 2
How do you know that your building’s HVAC fire and smoke dampers were really inspected? Any company can claim to perform proper inspections of HVAC fire life safety systems. But contractors that use ICB-certified Fire Life Safety Level 1 and Level 2 technicians and supervisors are qualified to inspect, test, maintain and repair fire and smoke dampers according to fire life safety codes.