Building Air-Conditioning Chiller Hire
Building Air Conditioning Chiller Hire- for all commercial chilled water Systems
Reliable building air conditioning systems are becoming critical in many workplaces for business continuity. With many working environments being highly populated with people and computers, heat loads have increased significantly over the years.
Increasingly, water chillers which form the back-bone of these systems have become critical to the point where any loss of duty, partial or all can cause severe problems and loss of productivity. Our heavy duty hire chillers are more than able to take the full or partial cooling load of your building to maintain full air conditioning function.
Major causes for concern are air conditioned data centres and server rooms. In some instances these areas are fed with chilled water from the centralised building air conditioning system. These areas are particularly sensitive to chilled water failure. Fast installation of a rental chiller can avoid major problems here. Contingency planning is recommended for these reliant systems to ensure a speedy installation of an emergency cooling system.
So whether its to supplement the existing water chillers in high load conditions, or to replace a complete failure, we can supply any size of rental chiller to your site quickly to maintain the working environment.
Modular hire chillers available for confined areas and Climaveneta SRAT ultra quiet running when you absolutely have to keep the neighbours happy.
Call us now for advice on air conditioning chiller hire systems. We are always happy to help in any way possible.
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