We take pride in our ability to design and develop customised HVAC solutions for any mobile application, especially those used in extreme environmental and ambient conditions.

We have a highly qualified and experienced team of engineers, each of which have worked a range of mobile HVAC systems with varying technical requirements. The engineering department utilise the latest engineering design software packages:

  • Computer aided modelling (CAD) software for mechanical and electrical designs
  • Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software for airflow, airflow distribution, and pressure calculations
  • Finite element analysis (FEA) software for mechanical strength (static and dynamic) and model analysis of structures

Our Approach

Booyco Engineering follows a structured approach towards the development of each HVAC system. Part of our development process involves critical methods to verify that each system is reliable, safe, maintainable, and conforms to all customer requirements throughout the system’s life. Some of the methods employed to achieve this are:

  • Application of return of experience (REX)
  • Risk analyses
  • Reliability, availability, maintainability, and serviceability (RAMS) exercises
  • Failure mode effect analyses (FMEA), both design and system based
  • Material fire and smoke assessments
  • Obsolescence management
  • Recyclability assessments
  • Disposal assessments

HVAC Design

We have the capability to validate each HVAC design to specific client requirements through various forms of system tests, which include:

  • Functional and control logic verification
  • Cooling capacity at various ambient and internal conditions
  • Heating capacity
  • Airflow and airflow distribution
  • Shock and vibration endurance
  • Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and electromagnetic interference (EMI) compliance
  • Ingress protection (IP) verification
  • High/low temperature storage
  • Electrical safety – ground bond, insulation resistance, voltage withstand
  • Mass verification
  • Power draw, including power factor and start-up current measurement
  • Acoustic and vibro-acoustic measurements