Laboratory Test & Experiment

Laborversuch und Experiment

Laboratory Test & Experiment

At our outstandingly equipped research and development centre, we provide competent and reliable answers to questions about air-conditioning and process air. You’ll find an overview of our many services here. Do you have any other requirements involving air technology? We look forward to receiving your call.

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It may be to determine the right air-conditioning system, because local factors have changed or the user is not satisfied: the reasons for verifying the thermal and acoustic comfort in buildings are varied. More

Fresh air and pleasant temperatures determine comfort in rooms. For thermal comfort in modern buildings such as offices, homes, assembly areas or other structures, suitable ventilation systems and structural solutions must be sensibly combined. In actual practice, an incorrect design and regulation, or a particular installation situation, can lead to thermal discomfort in the frequented area and so to dissatisfaction of its users. More

Implementing a new and as yet untested ventilation and air-conditioning concept for a building involves risk. But in processing applications too, processing parameters such as large-area flows, a homogeneous heat transfer or consistent temperature distribution often represent crucial aspects for a consistent quality in a product of which the operation has to be assured without any compromises. More

To optimise the flow or energy aspects of a machine, a comprehensive understanding of the aerodynamic processes is essential. An experimental visualisation makes flow effects visible in their application.  More

Good acoustics, meaning less stress due to noise, is of major importance not only in offices, homes and public buildings. For air conditioning in buildings, however, it is not only acoustically hard materials that contribute to poor and echoey room acoustics; non-optimised ventilation components also have a detrimental effect. In practice it is thus frequently the case that during planning of ventilation systems a noise increase resulting from the installation situation of the ventilation components is not taken into account. More

Air-conditioning units and components for building air-conditioning are tested and optimised under standardised laboratory conditions in terms of their acoustics, cooling/heating capacity, room flow and/or thermal comfort. In practice, however, building conditions frequently do not match those in the laboratory. For example, details such as projecting edges on walls or disruptions in the air supply affect the performance of a unit or the air speeds inside the frequented zone. More

Acoustics play a crucial role in air-conditioning applications, because people are stressed by loud or persistent noise. But for process applications in production buildings too, workplaces have to comply with sound limit values as defined in occupational safety guidelines.

Knowing the emitted acoustic power level of flow technology components, and their interaction with the installation situation, is therefore of central importance. More

Are you uncertain whether the air-conditioning units in your facility are performing right? Are you noticing a drop in performance in your air-conditioning system and can’t determine the reason? LTG’s engineering services will help you find the cause and then help you to rectify the problem. More


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