TEMSPEC INC.
Project Gallery
For over 40 years Temspec Inc. has supplied vertical unit ventilators and vertical stack fan coil units for new construction and renovation projects for a variety of applications.
 
Ellipse Condominium
Architect: Kirkor Architects and Planners
Mechanical Engineer: Hidi Rae Consulting Engineers, Inc.
General Contractor: Lee Construction Corporation
Mechanical Contractor: Cesan Mechanical Limited
Location: Scarborough, Ontario
Total quantity of high-rise
modular fan coil units:
1019

This beautiful development demonstrates the achievement of elegant architectural design while offering affordability for family living. It is typical of the many condominiums utilizing Temspec fan coil units. This system is a two-pipe changeover with individual thermostatic control.

Northern High School
Northern High School
Owner: Walled Lake School District
Architect: TMP Associates
Construction Manager: George W. Auch Company
Mechanical Contractor: John E. Green Company
Location: Commerce Township, Michigan
Quantity of unit ventilators: 72

Northern High School is renowned as a superb example of state-of-the-art technology incorporated into an architecturally stunning building. The educational standard offered by the facility in S.E. Michigan is of the highest level. The classroom air conditioning is provided by Temspec self-contained a/c unit ventilators in the 3 to 5 ton range. Several of the units incorporate face and bypass damper control of the heating function. Johnson Controls controls were factory mounted by Temspec.

Ritz Carlton
Ritz Carlton
Location: St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands
Total quantity of Temspec
high-rise fan coil units:
162

This spectacular luxury resort in St. Thomas, U. S. Virgin Islands underwent substantial renovations. The location and facilities ensure its reputation as the premier resort on the island. Temspec vertical stack air handlers were selected for air conditioning and ventilation in the guest suites. The units feature a dedicated chilled water coil for dehumidification of the outdoor air which enters the room through the air handler.