A major Pharmaceutical outsourcing company was experiencing ongoing issues with a critical part of their cooling plant, the unit in question offered around 1.1MW of cooling capacity (Nominal).
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Our Customer had an issue with a chilled water circuit feeding critical scanning equipment.
A long-standing facilities manager partner approached us on behalf of a client they supported in Central London.
The customer manufactures a wide range of plastic storage containers for various applications.
We supplied/installed a suitably sized glycol (air-cooled) chiller with on board pumps /tank along with low-temperature air handlers positioned internally.
One of our customers had concerns over staff welfare from March through to the end of September during the higher ambient period and they were experiencing problems in several areas of the factory.
Customer had experienced a major incident on site, which had resulted in the loss of some valuable storage space for their cream and yogurt products.
The customer had major issues in their main packing area due to high ambient and humidity levels.
Customer was currently operating mixed products in an ambient warehousing facility – they had the opportunity to take on a lucrative new contract for a new line of products which would need to be stored in a fully controlled environment.
Customer had secured a new contract which meant they needed to install various new manufacturing cells to their production area, andthis would put a strain on their central cooling system.