AIR-CONDITIONING

An air-conditioning system can precisely control temperature, humidity and air quality although more commonly the phrase is used to describe a system that cools.

Generally air-conditioning comes in three standard variations:

Centralised air systems

Heating and cooling is performed in a central location and distributed via ductwork.

Partially centralised air/water systems

Centrally cooled or heated air is further heated or cooled on entry to rooms.

Local systems

All operations are performed locally.

Within these three generic examples more specific air-conditioning systems can be specified, to provide precise function for specialist uses.

Recent work

Commercial

Pharmaceutical factory snow damage

Emergency M&E work for a pharmaceutical factory in East Yorkshire following structural damage incurred by ...

Read more

Retail

True Religion Brand Jeans

Mechanical and electrical works for its new concept store in Kildare, Eire. ...

Read more

Sustainable

Processing factory energy reduction plan

A dairy production facility undertaking expansion is aiming to increase energy efficiency and reduce its carbon footprint. ...

Read more