Daikin McQuay has launched a new line of custom air handlers, designed for use in new or existing buildings.

With the ability to meet different configurations and applications, the units are designed for places where filtration demands are strongest, such as health care facilities, clean rooms or laboratories.

Engineers can modify the length, width or height of units in 2-inch increments, making them easier to install, officials say.

“We are committed to helping engineers and contractors solve complex design challenges,” said Glenn Wilson, marketing manager at Daikin McQuay. “Having custom air handlers that provide ultimate design flexibility puts total control into the engineers’ hands so they can satisfy the needs of the building as well as the building owner, contractors and facility managers, for the life of the unit.”