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Education

This classroom is a typical example of Air Conditioning in action. Air Conditioning is generally installed in ICT Classrooms and Server Rooms for cooling or as a heating system to replace traditional oil fired heaters in general classrooms and temporary classrooms. It can also be used in Photo Rooms and School Halls.

Clinical

In the Clinical Sector, Air Conditioning is usually installed at doctors and dentists in treatment areas. Waiting rooms and reception areas can benefit too, particularly if the surgery is frequently busy. In secondary care, Air Conditioning is applied to cool essential equipment and areas including scanners and robotic drug storage.

Leisure

In Leisure, Air Conditioning has many uses due to the flow of people and often crowded areas indoors. This includes hotels, bars, clubs, restaurants, cinemas, gyms and fitness suites.

Retail

Many shops offer perishable goods whether it be on shelves or at the point of sale. Protecting foods is important for health and safety but it also helps keep costs down. Air Conditioning is a great way of protecting your stock.

Communications and Media

The main areas that will benefit from Air Conditioning in Communications and Media are ones with a lot of electrical equipment generating heat. This includes data centres, editing suites, remote hub sites and switch rooms. You can also get crowded areas during filming for example so Air Conditioning in TV studios and green rooms is beneficial too.

Residential

At home, you may have electrical equipment in a home office that you want to protect. Some areas of the home may become warm too such as a loft conversion or conservatory. If you’re a landlord, you may want to install Air Conditioning in your whole apartment block.

Daikin

Features the Nexura floor mounted unit. This stylish floor mounted unit has a unique radiant heat panel that provides a radiator-like warming effect. This unit can be floor mounted or even recessed into the wall. It is also wifi enabled, meaning that you can control the system via a Smartphone app. It should be noted that VAT for domestic properties is at 5%.  £2100 – £2600* per installed unit.

toshibaresidentialToshiba

Features elegant and extremely quiet indoor units. These units use Toshiba’s twin rotary compressor technology the units provide high energy efficiency heating and cooling performance. Perfect for domestic or small office spaces. It should be noted that VAT for domestic properties is at 5%. £1,250 – £1,500* per installed unit.

 

Wine Cooling

Panasonic

Features cooling systems such as this wall mount that can be used for many cooling applications, cooling a larder or cellar for example. These particular units can operate down to 12-14°C – the perfect temperature for storing wine!

*All prices subject to survey. Indication only. Subject to availability. Electrics not included. Excluding VAT.

 

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