R & D

R&D is the air we breathe

Ventilation and smoke management, our areas of expertise, are sensitive tasks, so we devote significant resources to research and development of innovative products and solutions, in addition to optimal system design. Through R&D, we are able to achieve significant savings in energy and electricity consumption, and also to reduce construction costs. And as a company that cares about people, we have a responsibility to the environment, as well. Through R&D efforts, Metalpress Smart Solutions tries to minimize its “ecological footprint”, by limiting noise pollution and emissions in all our systems, reducing wear and tear and the need for maintenance, and cutting back on energy consumption in new and existing structures.

Reducing costs through optimal system design

Construction standards are becoming more and more stringent, but customers want to reduce their installation and maintenance costs. How do you meet that challenge?


Engineers at Metalpress Smart Solutions use CFD analysis software for all projects and incorporate differential conservation equations (mass, linear momentum energy and concentration) that enable them to precisely plan each system, as well as to determine its appropriate location and to adapt it to the structure. CFD software simulates the behavior of the planned ventilation system, and produces a realistic 3D simulation of air flow under different scenarios. This means that, while the system is still in the planning stage, the software can show how fire will spread through the building, and it can display air toxicity levels, visibility, temperature and smoke density as they are expected to develop in real time. Use of the software enables us to design our ventilation systems in an optimal and cost-effective manner, avoiding situations of “dead zones” in which contaminated air accumulates, as well as areas with excessive ventilation.

How does it work?

  • We create a computerized 3D model of a parking garage structure (for example).
  • We perform a detailed analysis based on the layout of the structure.
  • A simulation checks the air flow associated with the core fans and identifies the main air routes in the parking garage, as well as regions with recirculating air.
  • At this point we add thrust fans to the model, and position them to distribute the air flow to all areas of the parking garage.
  • We produce a detailed report with charts showing the desired air flow profile, including direction and velocity.
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