While the cost of living is still affecting households across the UK and energy fees are rising, businesses are seeing a huge reduction in the amount of electrical goods they are selling and installing. To combat this, the government has provided a variety of energy efficiency grants worth £6 billion.


A wall of commercial air conditioners on an office blockIf you are a commercial property owner, it is important to be aware of air conditioning building regulations.

Although some domestic air conditioning building regulations do exist, you are far more likely to have to adhere to regulatory standards as a commercial property owner.

Knowing the literature, and exactly what the regulations stipulate, will help you to avoid trouble or heavy fines from applicable bodies. Moreover, it is good practice as a commercial property manager to follow legal regulations. 

Today, we at Chillaire are taking our readership on a whistle stop tour of air conditioning building regulations in the commercial market. We are going to outline what, exactly, the regulations are in 2023, so you are better prepared to follow them and be compliant.

Air Conditioning Building Regulations for Commercial Properties

As a commercial property manager, you have a responsibility to ensure that your facility complies with certain regulations. If you are considering or already have an air conditioning system, there are unique, relevant guidelines that must be followed. 

Not only does this ensure the health and safety of everyone on site, but it protects you, and your business, from fines or closure on grounds of compliance. 

Some of the most common regulations, which include TM44 air conditioning regulations, are as follows:

  • F-Gas Regulation/ Compliance 
  • Health and Safety
  • TM44 Regulations
  • Noise Regulations
  • COSHH (Control of Substances Hazardous to Health)
  • Energy Performance Certification
  • Fire Safety

These are not the only mandatory requirements however. Gas boiler systems, for example, require annual servicing to ensure they remain capable of heating water to the legal minimum temperature. Although they may not require the same frequency of servicing, air source heat pumps also require periodic maintenance to ensure water temperature compliance.

The Aim

The aim of these regulations is to ensure any equipment which is installed on a commercial premises is safe, efficient and unlikely to cause disruption to the public. Each of these will have different requirements, so it is important to explore each to make sure you are complying with the law.

The F-Gas Regulations, for example, deals with the containment and disposal of refrigeration systems that hold coolant or other toxic substances. Because of the potentially harmful environmental impact, it is important that leaks are repaired, sufficient record keeping is kept and any coolant is disposed of responsibly. 

Additionally, the EPC requirement stipulates that commercial properties with air conditioning systems rated at over 12kW must have an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) with a minimum E rating

Facility owners must also adhere to health and safety guidelines, especially during the maintenance or installation process. This means sufficient ventilation is mandatory, as well as compliance with electrical safety standards and safe working conditions.

Is Planning Permission Needed?

The answer to this question is difficult, as every case is different. Domestic air conditioning building regulations, as stated, are different. Thus, air conditioning installations often fall under permitted development. This is provided that it is not a listed property and the installation does not exceed a certain size. 

However, commercial properties may differ. This is especially true as commercial air conditioning units tend to be large and require more complex installation work. 

The size and potential for public disturbance will dictate whether planning permission is required. In the case of commercial property managers, we would always advise erring on the side of caution. Speak to the relevant awarding body before taking any action.

Commercial Installations at Chillaire

As a leading supplier of commercial air conditioning installations, we have the relevant experience and expertise to help you navigate air conditioning building regulations. Whether you have questions around the installation of office air conditioning or operate in another commercial field, we are available to support you.

If you have any questions about our service offering, or any of the regulatory requirements pertaining to commercial properties, we encourage you to contact us.

How To Identify a Good Air Conditioning Engineer

There are an abundance of air conditioning engineers on the market today. With so much choice as a customer, it can be hard to know where your money is best spent. Here at Chillaire, we have been in the industry for years and, we believe, have seen it all. That being said, we believe we know how to identify a good air conditioning engineer. Today we are going to outline the tell-tale signs of a reputable air con engineer. This way, the next time your air conditioning unit needs repairing and you call a specialist, you will know when you are getting the very best value for money.

Air Conditioning Engineer: What Do They Do?

Before we delve into what a good air con engineer looks like, let us first briefly look at what an air conditioning engineer does. Essentially, an air conditioning specialist is responsible for maintaining, repairing and providing an insight into your air conditioning unit. If you have any problems or questions regarding your air conditioner, a high quality air con engineer should fix the issue or answer these questions. They will be able to lean on experience with a number of customers and product brands to provide a solution. So, what does a good air conditioning engineer look like? Continue on!

How To Identify a Good Air Conditioning Engineer

A lot of the time, spotting an air conditioning specialist who represents good value for money is a matter of common sense. There are, however, a few things that all air con engineers from reputable companies will have. These include:

Appropriate Qualifications

Like any industry, there are certain standards air con engineers must meet. When you are searching for someone to take a look at your air conditioner, you may wish to enquire about their qualifications. They should, for
example, hold an F-gas qualification which enables them to legally work install, service, repair and leak test air conditioners. Because of the environmental threat posed by the refrigerant in air conditioning units, reputable companies must ensure their engineers hold this qualification. Moreover, some engineers may hold health and safety accreditation. If an engineer is highly qualified, it shows conscientiousness, professionalism and a willingness to do the job properly.

Furthermore, a reputable Air Conditioning Engineer should have a City & Guilds qualification, or your engineer should have done a three to five-year apprenticeship paired with at least two years of experience. Experience is key.

Good Reviews

This one may seem obvious, but the sign of a worthwhile engineer is positive reviews. In addition to this, transparency about previous work/ experience. If you do a search for ‘’air conditioning engineers near me’’, look for companies or tradespeople that have good and thorough reviews. These will indicate both the quality of the engineer as well as their work, and will help to divide any tradespeople that do not offer good value for money.


A company or engineer that has been in business for a number of years is, arguably, going to offer better value for money. They will have experience dealing with a larger variety of issues, and will be able to access past
experience to get the job done effectively and efficiently. The problem with relatively new companies is that they themselves may still be learning the ropes. Transparency about previous experience is also something to look for. If your engineer is vague about any experience, this may indicate a problem.

Qualified Air Conditioning Engineers With Chillaire

The team at Chillaire hope you are now on your way to identifying a good quality engineer for your next air conditioning repair project. It is important that your engineer is both qualified and experienced, such as our engineers. Our air con specialists hold CSCS Skillcards, have SSSTS (site supervisor safety training scheme) certification, UKATA Asbestos Awareness, IPAF, PASMA, First Aid & Amp and are Fire Risk Assessment certified. Our Senior staff also have the following: IOSH and HNC certifications, a City & Guilds certification, and full apprenticeships under their belts!

In addition to this, our team has years of experience they can lean on which helps them get the job done quickly and to the highest professional standard. For more information on our services or to request a quote, contact us today!

How Do Air Conditioners Work?

Air conditioners are now widely manufactured, distributed and used, but how do air conditioners work? How air conditioning works is often insufficiently explained. For people trying to diagnose problems with their air conditioning system or explain faults to an engineer, it can be challenging. Although they come in a variety of types, shapes, forms and sizes, most air conditioners have the same foundation. Today we are going to provide some more information on the inner workings of air conditioners: answering ‘’how do air conditioners work?’’.

Engineer fixing an air conditioner


How Do Air Conditioners Work: An Overview

Here at Chillaire, our engineers are always asked the same question: ‘’how do air conditioners work?’’. We use air conditioners constantly, in a variety of settings. Whether you belong to the domestic sector or you work in the commercial or industrial sector, you will, undoubtedly, have used or come across an air conditioner at some point. We often use appliances blindly without much knowledge of their inner workings, or how they provide the end result. Whilst, for the most part, this is fine, it is helpful to have some insider knowledge when an appliance breaks down and you are trying to diagnose or fix the problem.

The premise of how air conditioning works is simple: cold air is supplied to a room or indoor space by removing heat/ humidity from air within the space. The mechanics inside your air conditioner work to provide a cool environment by capturing unwanted heat and pushing it outside. The air is, essentially, recycled. Continue below where we outline, in greater detail, some air conditioning basics.

The Air Conditioning Basics

Now we have an understanding of the purpose of an air conditioner, let us delve a bit deeper into some air conditioning basics. There are two components that make an air conditioner work. You have a specialised gas called a refrigerant, and then you have the mechanical system which is made up of a compressor, a condenser coil, expansion device and an evaporator coil. All of these elements work harmoniously in the background to provide your indoor room or space with cool air.

Going further, these components all work to convert the refrigerant from gas to liquid and back again. The role of the compressor is to alter the pressure and temperature of the refrigerant. This is then sent to the condenser coil where it is converted to liquid. The gas refrigerant enters the evaporator coil where it, you guessed it, evaporates with the aid of the expansion device. This causes a state change and heat from the room air passing through the evaporator cools the indoor coil in the process. As the fan blows indoor air across this cold coil, heat inside the room or space is absorbed by the refrigerant. Cool air now circulates throughout a space whilst the heated gas returns to the compressor. The excess heat is dispelled outside as the refrigerant returns to its former liquid state. This cycle continues quickly and continuously until the right temperature is reached.

So for anyone wondering ‘’Do air conditioners take in air from outside?’’, the answer is no. This is not how your air conditioning system is designed. Rather, your system uses its fans to draw in air and disperse it through its inner structure. In essence, it is recycled air that passes through coils which cool it down before redistributing it. However, systems can be designed that bring in fresh air if required.

Air Conditioning Basics: Benefits of Air Conditioning

It is important that we have functioning and well maintained air conditioners. A common air conditioning system has a variety of benefits to homeowners and business owners alike. For example, air conditioners help to improve indoor air quality. Some air conditioning systems have dust filters which help to capture dust and pollutants chiefly to ensure the smooth running of the internal mechanics. But these have a positive effect on air quality. Some modern air conditioners even have air purification systems built in.

Moreover, air conditioners remove moisture and warmth from indoor air which helps to tackle excessive humidity. This is important for helping to combat damp, as well as tackling a number of health problems we are susceptible to in humid environments.

Lastly, an air conditioner simply creates a more comfortable environment and atmosphere. In the summer or in countries that have a significantly warmer climate, air conditioning becomes extremely valuable. Office or factory workers are also able to carry out their tasks in a comfortable environment thanks to the availability of modern air conditioners.

How Air Conditioning Works by Chillaire 

We hope any one who arrived at this article asking ‘’how do air conditioners work?’’ now has a better idea of how these systems operate. With a little more knowledge about the individual components, the task of identifying and diagnosing issues is made that bit easier.

If you are having problems with your air conditioner and are based in the Midlands, we at Chillaire can help. For any client in the industrial or commercial sector, we can maintain, service and repair air conditioners or heat pumps. With years of experience and an expert team who have completed countless jobs, no task is too big, small or complex for us. To contact us today to find out how we can help you, click here

Sanyo Heat Pump & VRF & Chiller Spares

We are still able to continue to source spare parts for existing Sanyo heat pump air conditioning systems and chillers or offer replacement systems. This can be done by matching existing Sanyo split Air Conditioning Systems, Heat Pump Systems, VRF Systems or Chiller Units with new Panasonic alternatives from their wide range of products.

Panasonic merged the Sanyo brand during 2012 into the Panasonic brand, with the product ranges of both brands combing under the Panasonic logo. The Sanyo name ceased to be an active brand, at least in heat pump / air conditioning / VRF & chillers.

This meant that in the UK, virtually all of the Sanyo RAC products and Sanyo residential air to water range were replaced by Panasonic equivalent ranges.

Panasonic commenced the replacement of the Sanyo commercial products, launching with the ECOi electric VRF systems, which replaced the previous Urban Multi UM4 range in its entirety and running alongside Panasonics own FS-Multi simplified VRF range. A new Panasonic range branded Elite PACi and GHP was brought in, with Elite PACi being run in parallel with Panasonics own FS range.
Over a period of 2 years (by 2014) the existing Panasonic FS and FS-Multi ranges had been discontinued in the UK and the entire Panasonic commercial air conditioning and heating ranges are now based upon what was Sanyo’s PACi, ECOi and ECOG products.

Panasonic logo
Sanyo logo

Supporting old Sanyo versions of products with new Panasonic is relatively easy because the electronics are virtually identical.

Older Sanyo product spares can still be sourced with technical support and connecting additional controls or indoor units, even replacing indoor or outdoor units is possible.
Chillaire Limited have done this on many occasions for many customers. We have attended customer sites to assist with modifications or repair of old Sanyo systems without issue. We can attend site and investigate any existing Sanyo system and provide equivalent Panasonic solutions.
We also have access to Sanyo technical support through Panasonic UK. We are able recognise Sanyo model references and match them with the latest Panasonic replacement parts or replacement Panasonic system, so as far as Chillaire Limited are concerned it is business as normal. Chillaire Limited, as a Panasonic distributor, feel it is important we are able to offer the Sanyo parts replacement service with its long association with the brand.

We continue to offer a wide range of spare parts for all the heat pumps and air conditioners supplied by Sanyo into the UK market. These include the Scroll Compressor, Inverter Compressor, Swing Compressor, Sanyo PCB’s (Printed Circuit Boards), Air Filters, Fan Motors, Thermistors, Drain Pumps, Remote Controls, Expansion Valve, Condenser Coil, Solenoid Valve, Crankcase Heater, Electronic Thermostat, Float Switch, Magnetic Contactor, Capacitor, High Pressure Switch and Sensors.

We also offer a free site survey and quotation for any existing Sanyo heat pump air conditioning / VRF or chiller system replacement required. If you need a replacement now or are planning to replace your Sanyo product / system in the future, call us today for a free consultation discussion or to arrange a free survey and quotation.

Chillaire van outside Mazda dealership

Mitsubishi Ceiling Air Conditioner System

Installation Case Study

A Mitsubishi Heavy Industry heat pump ceiling air conditioner system was the ideal solution for our recent installation at the Coventry-based car dealership showroom.

The Green 4 Motor Company dealership provides new and used cars sales and servicing. They are recognised for their in-depth product knowledge and willingness to help whenever they can.

That’s why we have enjoyed working with them so much for the last 10 years, looking after their existing air conditioning.

Like us, they’re committed to quality and service, so when it was time to replace their air conditioning, we didn’t hesitate to recommend a Mitsubishi Heavy Industry solution.

Take a Look at the Mitsubishi Ceiling Air Conditioner System we Installed at Mazda, Coventry

Chillaire van outside Mazda dealership
Ceiling air conditioning in car showroom
Ceiling air conditioning units in a car showroom

A Comfortable Showroom Environment is Essential

Temperature control can be challenging in showrooms that have high ceilings, a lot of large windows and often a mezzanine floor as well. However, maintaining a comfortable ambient temperature throughout the showroom, offices and staff areas is essential for productivity and sales.

It’s difficult to concentrate if the temperature is too high or too low. When customers visit a showroom, a fresh and comfortable environment will make them want to stay and improve the chances of a sale.

Carefully designed ceiling air conditioner units with well-calibrated controllers will help to manage the challenges of convection in larger open spaces and they won’t spoil the design of the showroom either.

Mitsubishi Ceiling AC Unit

Temperature control can be challenging in showrooms that have high ceilings, a lot of large windows and often a mezzanine floor as well. However, maintaining a comfortable ambient temperature throughout the showroom, offices and staff areas is essential for productivity and sales.

It’s difficult to concentrate if the temperature is too high or too low. When customers visit a showroom, a fresh and comfortable environment will make them want to stay and improve the chances of a sale.

Carefully designed ceiling air conditioner units with well-calibrated controllers will help to manage the challenges of convection in larger open spaces and they won’t spoil the design of the showroom either.

Ceiling Air Conditioning from Mitsubishi

The Mitsubishi Electric ceiling air conditioning cassette system (PLA-SM) we installed features inverter technology and uses R32 refrigerant, making it a good all-round choice in terms of impact on the environment, energy efficiency, safety and cost-effectiveness.

They are an excellent air conditioning solution for larger business premises such as showrooms and, since they can be installed with a pipe run of up to 40 metres to the outdoor units, they are flexible too.

Car showroom ceiling air conditioning

Air Conditioning Inverter Technology

Inverters provide good performance for both heating and cooling. They control the voltage, current and frequency of elements such as the compressor motor in the air conditioning unit.

Information from sensors monitoring the environment will adjust the revolution speed of the compressor to regulate output, reducing electricity consumption and maintaining comfortable ambient conditions.

By controlling operation frequency, the start-up output is more powerful, creating a comfortable temperature quickly. Once right temperature is reached, it will be monitored and the most efficient waveform calculated to keep the space in the comfort zone without large temperature changes.

Mitsubishi heat pump

A Local Business

Chillaire is a local business with our head offices in Nuneaton. We have working in the Coventry area for almost 30 years, including areas around Leamington Spa, Rugby and Hinckley.

As well as installing air conditioning and heat pumps, we also design and install commercial chillers and industrial heating and ventilation systems.
Please get in touch if you would like to find out more.

Local West Midlands Office: Patani House, 16 Lythalls Lane, Coventry CV6 6FG Coventry office telephone number: 024 7624 9440

Warwickshire Office: Unit 1 Veasey Close, Attleborough Fields Industrial Estate, Nuneaton, Warwickshire, CV11 6RT
Nuneaton office telephone number: 024 7632 0300

Leicestershire Office: 3rdFloor, St George’s House, 6 St George’s Way, Leicester, Leicestershire, LE1 1QZ
Leicester office telephone number: 0116 202 5094

Daikin Heat Pump Air Conditioning for Gym in Cannock

At Chillaire we often recommend Daikin heat pump air conditioning units. Daikin is a leading manufacturer of high quality, reliable heat pumps and air conditioning products.

Using the latest technology, they offer excellent environmental temperature control and efficiency. Through research and development, Daikin air conditioning systems have been developed for a wide range of applications.

A Daikin heat pump air conditioning solution for the Nuffield Health gym in Cannock

That’s why we designed and installed a Daikin air conditioning solution for the Nuffield Health gym at Cannock in Staffordshire; one of the many Nuffield Health Centres we work with across the UK.

The Daikin VAM 2000 heat recovery ventilation unit provides an energy-efficient fresh air system using a heat recovery and exchanger chamber which can recover around 75% of the room heat.

The ceiling cassette 4-way fan coil unit and 360° round flow cassette fan coil unit met the demanding criteria to deliver a comfortable environment for the new spin exercise room.


Daikin indoor heat pump air conditioning unit FCAG71A

Indoor model reference FCAG71A

Daikin outdoor heat pump air conditioning units RZASG71MV1

Outdoor model reference RZASG71MV1

Why air conditioning is important in gyms

When developing or refurbishing your gym, air conditioning and temperature control need to be an important part of your plans.

Cooler temperatures help your clients optimise their training with less fatigue. Intensive workouts in spinning classes, for example, can lead to dehydration and heat exhaustion if the environment becomes too hot.

If the temperature is too high during an exercise session efficiency decreases as your body attempts to cool itself. By maintaining a consistent, comfortable temperature that can be properly controlled in relevant zones, you can enhance the exercise environment and help your members to improve their results.

Air conditioning can also help to regulate humidity by condensing hot, moist air and removing it from the building.

You even have the option of running your air conditioning in ‘dry mode’ to reduce humidity, without overcooling the environment.

Many air conditioning systems include air filtration that can remove dust particles, pollen, and bacteria to create a fresher, healthier environment.

Choosing the right air conditioning solution

The key is to choose a solution that is the right size for the space and the workload it must deliver.

A cost-effective way to add air conditioning is to install an energy-efficient heat pump, especially in older, unrenovated buildings. This will transfer thermal energy from warm areas to cool ones in the winter and can be reversed in summer.

Systems that provide both air conditioning and heating and can be more efficient than older electric heaters or boilers, so you can save money as well as improving the environment for your members.

More information

We will be happy to give you more details about the heat pump inverter driven cassette split-type systems with the latest R32 refrigerant we installed at the Nuffield Health gym in Cannock.

In addition to specialist air conditioning solutions for gyms, we also have solutions for data centres or computer rooms.

To discuss your requirements, please contact us on our local umber: 01455 265143 or email us at sales@chillaire.co.uk

We cover the whole of the Leicestershire area including Leicester, Hinckley, Ibstock, Earl Shilton, Broughton Astley, Oadby, Blaby, Narborough, Loughborough, Shepshed, Coalville, Lutterworth, Magna Park, Market Harborough, Syston, Melton Mowbray and the rest of Leicestershire.

Local Warwickshire Office:

Unit 1 Veasey Close, Attleborough Fields Industrial Estate, Nuneaton, Warwickshire, CV11 6RT

Nuneaton Office: Telephone Number: 024 7632 0300 / Email: sales@chillaire.co.uk

Leicestershire Area Office: 3rdFloor, St George’s House, 6 St George’s Way, Leicester, Leicestershire, LE1 1QZ

Leicester Office Telephone Number: 0116 202 5094 / Email sales@chillaire.co.uk

We also cover the adjacent counties of Nottinghamshire, Warwickshire and Northamptonshire.

You can call us on our Freephone number: 0800 092 9898

child colouring in

Nuaire XBOXER Hybrid

After some interesting design challenges, the mechanical ventilation experts, Nuaire, have now launched their new XBOXER Hybrid range. They provide a natural system with fans for mixing warm air when it’s cold and for higher flow rates in hotter weather.

Mixed­-mode or hybrid ventilation is a popular solution for schools. It introduces air both naturally and mechanically for better airflow.

Developing the Nuaire Hybrid unit

Before development began, Nuaire carried out survey to find out more about their customer’s hybrid ventilation requirements. Based on the feedback they received, design started back in January 2017. A typical approach was used with supply, extract, intake and exhaust working as two pathways inside the unit. It had side-access controls and an internal damper to recirculate warm classroom air and to manage air from outside to reduce draughts.

Initial testing showed that performance was affected because the controls were in the air path. Moving the controls so they could be accessed from the bottom improved performance and made installation into classrooms easier.

Originally, built-in mounting brackets were used, but this was changed to a separate mounting bracket. A simple two-stage installation was now possible, with reduced external fixings and rivets. Since the bracket was hidden at the top of the unit after installation, the units also blended more easily into a classroom environment.

Unexpected Test Results

Nuaire used a leading Air Movement and Control Association (AMCA) accredited test laboratory to evaluate their new design. The XBOXER Hybrid was treated as a mechanical unit for testing and the results weren’t as expected.

With the damper fully open, the unit acted as a natural ventilation unit as anticipated. The pressure difference across the fan drew fresh air in from outside and CO2-laden air was displaced to leave through the exhaust path.

However, in recirculation mode, even with the damper opened slightly, the intake side of the fan began to draw air in from both the intake and exhaust paths, so air couldn’t leave.

This meant that the recirculation path needed to be separated from the discharge path, so in late 2018 the team started a new design.

Revised unit design

In the revised Nuaire design the recirculation path is separated from the exhaust path when the unit is in recirculation mode. Testing of the new XBOXER Hybrid approach confirmed that excessive negative pressure was avoided by isolating the exhaust and supply paths, and the final design was agreed.

Nuaire HVAC Product launch

Nuaire has now launched three new units in the XBOXER Hybrid range

Two singlue use units for use in master/secondary configuration and a double unit

  • XB-H130M (Single Unit)
  • XB-H130S (Single Unit)
  • XB-H260 (Double Unit)

These units will be available with building management system (BMS) integration controls including room air quality sensors with a traffic light display and a simple control switch which is designed to be student tamper-proof.

Contact Us to Enquire About the New Hybrid Xboxer

For more information about hybrid ventilation systems, please contact us at 16 Lythalls Lane, Holbrooks, Coventry, CV6 6FG   Telephone: 024 7624 9440 or email sales@chillaire.co.uk.

For other areas please see our local addresses below:

North UK & Leicestershire Office: 3rd Floor, St George’s House, 6 St George’s Way, Leicester   LE1 1QZ Tel: 0116 202 5094 or email sales@chillaire.co.uk

North Warwickshire Office: Unit 1 Veasey Close, Attleborough Fields Industrial Estate, Nuneaton, Warwickshire   CV11 6RT Tel: 024 7632 0300 or email: sales@chillaire.co.uk

Northamptonshire Office: Moulton Park Business Centre, Redhouse Road, Moulton Park, Northampton, Northamptonshire   NN3 6AQ Tel: 01604 269540 or email: sales@chillaire.co.uk

Samsung Heat Pump Air Conditioning Installation

Chillaire Limited supplied and installed Samsung wall split air conditioning systems into a village hall in the village of Dunchurch set in between Rugby and Daventry.

Samsung heat pump air conditioning at Dunchurch Village Hall near Rugby

Chillaire Limited supplied and installed five Samsung wall heat pump air conditioning systems into a village hall in Dunchurch to provide cooling in summer and heating in winter. The indoor units were interlinked to operate off a single controller with each wall fan coil unit operating off its own internal temperature sensor to provide a more balanced control throughout the hall.

The mode setting for all five systems can only be set in the same mode, this will stop anyone setting the systems so that they are cooling and heating at the same time and working / fighting against each other.

Samsung have a very good range of equipment from air conditioning split type systems to air conditioning multi systems and air conditioning VRF systems all are heat pump reverse cycle systems.

Fan coil unit options are available as wall, floor, ceiling, ceiling concealed, cassette and ducted.

If you are interested in details regarding Samsung Heat Pump Air Conditioning systems range and would be interested in a free no obligation quotation, please call us at our Coventry office:
16 Lythalls Lane, Holbrooks, Coventry, CV6 6FG on 024 7624 9440 or email us at sales@chillaire.co.uk and for more details you can visit our website – www.chillaire.co.uk

Warwickshire Office: Unit 1 Veasey Close, Attleborough Fields Industrial Estate, Nuneaton, Warwickshire, CV11 6RT. Telelhone: 024 7632 0300 or email us at sales@chillaire.co.uk and for more details you can visit our website – www.chillaire.co.uk

You can also call us on our local Rugby phone number: 01788 669164

Leamington & Warwick: 01926 825681

Warwickshire Area: 01789 279289

Coventry & West Midlands Area: 024 7624 9440

Leicester & Leicestershire Area: 0116 202 9054

Northamptonshire: Northampton 01604 269540 or Kettering: 01536 386046

Leamington Spa – Denco Close Control Air Conditioning Installation by Chillaire Limited

Chillaire surveyed, designed and installed a Denco close control precision air conditioning system into a lab in Leamington Spa to provide close control temperature and humidity control of 20 Deg C plus or minus 1 Deg C and 50% relative humidity (RH) control plus or minus 10%.

The system has been running for over 6 weeks and has been holding the temperature & RH 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Denco close control air conditioning

Chillaire Limited specialise in providing, design and installation of precision close control air conditioning systems for data centres, computer rooms, comms rooms, server rooms, calibration labs, metrology labs, standards rooms and clean rooms.

Our design engineers can assess your requirements and design the right system for you with a cabinet type air handling unit with up flow supply air into a false ceiling void with front return air or down flow supply air using a false floor with top return air or front return air there numerous combinations.

We can even put the cabinet air handling unit into an adjacent room and duct the supply and return air to the room.

The controls on these units typically tend to be Trend or Carel microprocessor controls.

In addition to Denco precision close control systems, Chillaire Limited can also supply Airedale, Stulz, Climaveneta, IMI CD3, Trane, Lennox, Uniflare, Daikin, Mitsubishi, Carrier, York, CIAT, Clivet, Montair and many more brands. We select the right brand and system for your requirement at the best price.

In addition to installing the system we can arrange the installation of false floor and false ceilings.

For more information for projects in the Leamington Spa, Warwick & Coventry area please contact our Coventry, South Warwickshire & West Midlands office: 16 Lythalls Lane, Holbrooks, Coventry, CV6 6FG / Tel: 024 7624 9440 or email sales@chillaire.co.uk

For other areas please see our local addresses below:

North UK & Leicestershire Office:
3rd Floor
St George’s House
6 St George’s Way
LE1 1QZ / Tel: 0116 202 5094
or email sales@chillaire.co.uk

North Warwickshire Office:
Unit 1 Veasey Close
Attleborough Fields Industrial Estate
CV11 6RT / Tel: 024 7632 0300
or email: sales@chillaire.co.uk

Northamptonshire Office:
Moulton Park Business Centre
Redhouse Road, Moulton Park
NN3 6AQ / Tel: 01604 269540
or email: sales@chillaire.co.uk

Redditch / Alcester Office & West UK Office:
Minerva Mill Innovation Centre
Station Road, Alcester
B49 5EH / Tel: 01789 273289
or email sales@chillaire.co.uk

Kettering & East UK Office:
10A Silver Street,
NN16 0BN / Tel: 01536 384046
or email sales@chillaire.co.uk

You can call us on our Freephone number: 0800 092 9898

Visit our website for further details: www.chillaire.co.uk

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