You might expect the summer to be a quieter period for universities up and down the country, but that’s not entirely true. In fact, one of our major account customers – a facilities management service provider – has just placed a significant air conditioning order with us to ensure a campus building stays cool during the student Clearing season.
The building in question comprises a large registration room, a separate breakout area, and four classrooms. Each application presented its own challenges in terms of ascertaining the best solution, which is why we sent one of our experts to conduct an assessment on site.
Because there are only opening windows along one side of the building, we proposed that our Zephyr ET units would be most suitable due to their high air flows. Polar Winds were deployed in the main reception area, with extendable exhaust ducting positioned unobtrusively between desk aisles and out through the open windows.
Two PAC22s were located inside each of the four classrooms to complete our proposed installation, which also took into consideration the need for additional power supplies to be available in the vicinity.
During provisional discussions with us, our client explained that they had two basic stipulations: to keep the highlighted areas cool, with all kit to be configurated as neatly as possible. Our knowledgeable engineers were able to effortlessly design an air conditioning hire package that accommodated the various limitations of three separate spaces inside a single building, just as we had promised.
Suffice to say, we exceeded the customer’s expectations – as confirmed by our contact – with our equipment set to remain in place for a total of eight weeks. Minimal turnaround time, maximum impact, and one very happy client!