Aerospace space systems require high performance environmental control. Whether providing clean room quality air and temperature control to payloads in launch and operation, precise environmental control for missile test systems, or heating and cooling to the electronics of the North American early warning radar systems, Ellis & Watts provides custom solutions that deliver high performance environmental control. Our systems are customized to fit your critical temperature, humidity, pressure, and filtration requirements while operating in demanding ambient temperatures (from -65F to +140F) and harsh environments (such as salty coastal or sandy dessert locations). Equipment can be provided with partial or complete redundancy to address downtime concerns. The full range of equipment options is manufactured under a robust quality control system, backed by standards compliance, and proven through post-production factory tests.

The equipment can be designed to meet specific project requirements including - CLICK TO SEE FULL LIST

  • air-cooled or water-cooled condensing
  • extreme ambient temperature conditions
  • wide ranges of leaving air temperatures
  • analog, relay-based controls to address qualification, cyber security, or EMI/RFI concerns or digital control systems

Special equipment design capabilities include - CLICK TO SEE FULL LIST

  • a variety of compressor technologies to optimize efficiency, reliability, and life-cycle cost objectives
  • various materials of construction to meet structural integrity, corrosion resistance, weight, and cost requirements.
  • stringent pressure and leakage capabilities
  • seismically qualified per IEEE 344
  • environmentally qualified per IEEE 323
  • various power supply and controls options
  • designs for hazardous duty applications (explosion proof)
  • EMI/RFI suppression and verification testing
  • portable or mobile designs, including shock and vibration isolation
  • factory performance testing at full and part-load conditions to document compliance and assure proper operation
  • self-contained packaged or split-system designs
  • modular construction to address on-site transportation, rigging, and installation constraints