Bath designs systems that process the flow of gases, liquids, and solids. Such systems often involve mills, conveyors, tanks, exchangers, pumps, piping, and vessels. Our mechanical engineering staff has experience designing CNG stations, boilers and chillers, pump systems, lift stations, HVAC systems, and building plumbing systems in commercial, educational, healthcare, industrial, municipal, government and military facilities.
Bath’s licensed professional engineers and experienced designers use state of the art software to perform load calculations, pipe stress analysis, vessel design, and HVAC capacities. We are familiar with and design to ASME, API, ASTM, AWWA, WRF, and other standards.
Mechanical systems often consume the majority of a facility’s energy, so Baths’ mechanical engineers include energy economics in the design decision making process. They weigh initial capital expenditure against estimated life cycle operating costs to identify the optimal equipment for each project.