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Chillers & HVAC

Whether you’re looking for chillers and HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) as standalone products or as part of an integrated system, we can help you out. Our expertise in compressed air extends from capital equipment to the wider factory floor, including chillers, heat recovery systems, ducting and ventilation.

Chiller and HVAC experts

With more than 40 years of industry experience, our in-house chiller and HVAC experts will consult closely with you to find the best solution for your site – with competitive costs alongside technical excellence.

Offering a full turnkey solution, we can take you quickly and without fuss from initial consultation to the design and installation process, following up with service, maintenance and emergency call-out support.

Chillers

Chillers are used in manufacturing and many other industries in order to remove unwanted generated heat and to provide a stable cooling source. Packaged air cooled scroll and screw compressor equipment, are the most common kind of chillers. These utilise a vapour refrigerant circuit using a compressor to drive a refrigerant through the system. The refrigerant might be water, a mix of water and glycol, or another fluid with low viscosity.

For optimum efficiency and productivity, and lower maintenance costs, we recommend chillers with high-quality cooling fluid and condenser filters. Key servicing of this type of equipment should include condenser cleaning regimes, regular testing and dosing of water systems along with predictive maintenance including oil analysis to support the F-Gas Regulations compliance.

HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning)

These systems are important in any factory setting, but in particular where staff are working in areas where heat is generated or air quality is affected by the manufacturing process.

HVAC systems maintain the quality of internal air through a medium of filtration, extracting stale air and/or introducing fresh air from outside. They also regulate temperature using heated or chilled water, including through energy-efficient heat-recovery systems. The humidity of a factory can also be controlled through ventilation and other dehumidification measures.


Industry-leading brands

Because each customer has unique requirements, we offer a number of different models and brands, including, but not limited to: Parker, Carrier, York, Lennox & Trane.

You can depend on us for safe and reliable installation of chiller and HVAC systems with many turn-key projects delivered to date.

Our Safe Contractor accreditation is evidence of our commitment to meeting the highest standards of health and safety in everything we do.

Our engineers are F-Gas certified and manufacturer-trained, providing a service you can depend on, improving efficiency and reducing the risk of downtime. We recognise the importance of providing excellent customer experience along with technical excellence.


Supporting your production

Emergency call outs

Because we understand the importance of keeping production going, you can rely on our established 24/7 call-out service, 365 days a year.

Call us anytime on 0330 058 1099.

Service and maintenance for chillers and HVAC

The best way to ensure that your system is reliable, energy efficient and optimised is to implement a comprehensive service and maintenance schedule. It is also the responsibility of the owner of fixed refrigeration equipment to comply with the industry regulations.

We offer good, sound advice and dependable support, with a suite of service and maintenance plans to suit any size and type of business.

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F-Gas Regulations

Ozone Depleting Substances (ODS) are chemicals which can damage and deplete ozone within the earth’s ozone layer when released. The F-gas Regulations1 came into force on 1st January 2015. These Regulations are concerned with the phase down of F-gases and preventing their release into the atmosphere.

How often you must check for leaks depends on the:

  1. The amount of F gas in the equipment
  2. The global warming potential of the F gas (how much the F gas contributes to global warming)

Frequency of equipment leak checks for common HFCs:

Frequency of equipment leak checks for common HFCs

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