November 15 Newsletter

November 15 Newsletter

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Aircon Services replaces the last R22 water chiller on the Oxford University Campus

Aircon Services has replaced the last R22 water chiller on the Oxford University Campus with a Daikin air cooled EWAQ150DAYN, due to the position of the unit we had to employ the services of a specialist lifting company and a mobile tower crane, the old unit was safely lifted from its base and the new Daikin unit installed.

The pipe work was altered to suit the new layout and welded in situ using our own directly employed pipe fitters, the chiller was de-commissioned on a Friday and up and running by the following Tuesday.

Martin-Baker Aircraft Company

“Aircon Services improved staff morale, and delivered cost effective Cooling.”

Graham Dumbleton, Martin-Baker

 

Martin-Baker Case Study

Martin-Baker Aircraft Company were experiencing temperatures of up to 40deg; Centigrade in various buildings at their Denham manufacturing site, and were also looking to improve their electrical efficiency. The company has a 22 acre site, making ejection seats and aviator survival equipment.

We were asked to cool various departments such as Auto Anodising, None Destructive Tests (NDT), the Kitchen (43deg; Centigrade), Sewing Room, Parachute Packing and Offices. All the departments required different approaches for the provision of ‘Cooled’ air.

We installed Evaporative Cooling and Extraction systems. This generated 100% fresh, filtered air, healthier working conditions  and around 80% savings on conventional air conditioning. We fitted each department   with a different air supply, with simple Ducts, specialized Plenums, Polymer Grilles, and bespoke Ventilation Socks.

All departments were cooled to around 21° Centigrade, including the Kitchen. The Ventilation ‘Socks’ provided cooled air virtually draft free.

Aircon Service’s Evaporative Cooling systems improved staff morale. It’s been very cost effective and should be expanded into other areas.

Graham Dumbleton, Site Manager at Martin-Baker