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We offer a reliable and competitive solution for all your cooling needs. From basic fixed installations to the more complex IT specifications and plant multisystem; we have provided cooling for them all. Our qualified team offer 45 years of experience installing everything from VRF air conditioning systems for healthcare, multiple wall-mounted and ceiling units for offices, and ducted air conditioning systems for schools, colleges and universities. Each project successfully provided effective, quiet and eco-friendly cooling and climate control.
Fixed Air Conditioning
We supply a range of fixed air conditioning systems including Daikin, Fujitsu, and Mitsubishi. But the best part is that we aren’t tied down to any individual make, meaning, unlike some of our competitors, we are extremely flexible in choosing the right system for your specific needs.
At your convenience, we will conduct a no-obligation site survey and free quotation where we can determine your exact cooling or heating requirements. Or you can use our Air Conditioning Calculator to get an instant online quote. Some of our installed air conditioning systems can be used all year round as their built-in heat pumps allow you to heat or cool a room to your desired temperature.
Air conditioning systems types
There are many types of air conditioning systems we can install:
Wall-mounted splits are fixed at a high level with external condensers dissipating the heat outdoors
Cassette units are fixed integrally into your suspended ceilings
Floor/ceiling units can be fixed integrally onto the floor or at a high level underneath a ceiling
Multi-split air conditioning – These systems work in exactly the same way as the above with the added advantage of up to eleven indoor units.
VRV / VRF systems – Variable Refrigerant Volume (VRV) and Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) systems are the most technologically advanced systems around, enabling 48 plus indoor units to be connected to one outdoor unit. VRV / VRF systems are a good option for large premises with a wide variety of heating and cooling needs throughout the building such as schools, offices and hotels.
Ducted systems are installed above ceilings and ducted to many diffuser grilles throughout the area.
VRF and INVERTER systems are all ‘A’ energy rated with a Coefficient Of Performance (C.O.P.) of approximately 4:1. For every 1 kW consumed you will receive 4 Kw duty output.
We carry out a full risk assessment and method statement and carry insurance cover whilst working in every premises.
We have a dedicated team of trained engineers that install air conditioning systems from the most basic level of single wall-mounted fixtures, to multiple cassette systems.
Each job is undertaken with total professionalism, ensuring you are satisfied with the final outcome.
Air Conditioning FAQs
Air conditioning is often used to mean cooling, but it can also refer to heating or
ventilation of the indoor environment.
When in ‘cooling mode’ an air conditioning system moves heat from one area to another effectively cooling down the air in the room. It works by driving refrigerant through two coils; one hot and one cold. The warm air in the room is taken over the cold coil, which cools and dries it. This cool air is then returned into the room and the hot air is expelled outside or into another space.
Air conditioning plays an important role in regulating the indoor climate of your
building. Climate includes not only temperature but moisture, pollutants and odours which is why keeping
these factors balanced, is beneficial for employees, customers and visitors in your business.
Fluctuations in temperature can be tackled easily and flexibly because air conditioning provides both cooling and heating and air purification is achieved through the use of anti-fungus filters.
A new air conditioning system should be designed to suit the building it is to be
installed in and the activities that are undertaken. Our Project Managers can guide you on the factors that
are key to selecting and designing the system. Here are just a few examples:
• Dimensions of the room
• Heating systems
• Equipment operating in the room e.g., computers
• Position of windows
• Your sustainability goals.
A split system is made up of two units connected by pipes that carry refrigerant. One unit is installed outside and contains a compressor and the second is installed indoors in the room to be cooled usually hung on the wall.