Designing Cooling &
Heating Systems

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Problems we Solve

    1. Cooling Hot PlacesWhen cooling hot spaces make use of the sources of rising heated air to draw in the cooler, denser, ventilating air.This method of ventilation is known as the ‘displacement’ principle and uses less energy than alternative ‘mixing’ air systems.


    2. An opportunity for energy recoveryOperating refrigeration plant and having a hot water demand provides an opportunity for energy recovery. This can provide up to 20 litres of water for every kW of refrigeration installed.


    3. The average air temperature in the UK is about 8°C, over a third of the year energy from air can be harnessed to cool water for factory processes. Consider this as an alternative to refrigeration if the required process water temperature is above 10°C.

Cooling water from air