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UK poised for heatwave with 30⁰C temperatures set to return

An 11-day heatwave is expected to scorch much of the country after Britons experienced the third hottest day on record on Friday 31 July.

The 37.8⁰C recorded at Heathrow Airport that day was the highest temperature of the year, with experts predicting that we could see similar readings on the mercury over the coming days.

Met Office officials have advised that the first part of the week will be mostly warm with unsettled spells of sunshine and scattered showers, before things really hot up from Thursday onwards.

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Andrews provide emergency cooling for one of London’s largest hospitals

When one of London’s largest hospitals had trouble combating extremely high temperatures inside their intensive care unit, Andrews Air Conditioning Hire was drafted in to provide them with an effective cooling solution to help improve conditions.

The client’s existing climate control equipment had recently suffered a failure, causing temperatures to rise to such an extent that bosses explored the possibility of relocating patients. As a result, emergency cooling was urgently required to ensure the desired environment was restored.

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Andrews provide large commercial building with emergency air conditioning hire package

When a leading facilities management firm based in central London required immediate cooling for a large office building, they contacted Andrews Air Conditioning Hire regarding a solution.

The FM company in charge of the project approached our specialists and requested an emergency cooling arrangement that could successfully supply all nine floors with comfort cooling while their original cooling system was repaired off-site.

Our specialists were urgently drafted in to conduct a free site survey of the application to gain a better understanding of the cooling capacities required. The solution was to install 112 Polar Wind portable air conditioners along with 28 Polar Breeze air conditioning hire units which were placed in each of the building’s rooms.

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Emergency Air Conditioning Hire keeps Britain’s leading TV talent show on air

When Britain’s leading TV talent show needed emergency cooling at late notice, Andrews Air Conditioning Hire came to the rescue! The production company responsible for the programme, watched live by millions, sought an immediate cooling solution to assist them with reducing temperatures in their production room.

The production room – a converted and temporary facility with no permanent air conditioning – contained a large quantity of sensitive electronic hardware, monitors and cameras that were in serious danger of overheating just hours before broadcasting was due to commence.

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Andrews Air Conditioning Hire provide emergency cooling solution for server room

A high-profile London building was undergoing a major refurbishment project which included the removal of a permanent air conditioning system serving the communications rooms. As a result, our specialists were drafted in to provide the client with a temporary cooling solution to ensure the correct environment was maintained to protect sensitive hardware contained within.

Shortly after initial contact, one of our local specialists visited the site to assess the specifications of the area before proposing a suitable air conditioning hire package to preserve the desired low temperatures.

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Andrews provide emergency cooling for British Prime Minister

Andrews Air Conditioning Hire were recently contacted to provide a temporary cooling solution for a very high profile meeting between some of the country’s leading political figures.

Our client was hosting the Prime Minister for an urgent meeting set to take place the following day.

An Andrews technician was sent to site to conduct a survey – this assessment prompted our regional expert to recommend the deployment of eight Polar Wind portable air conditioners.

We received a call from the customer the evening before the equipment was required – and this just so happened to be during the hottest week of the year! Due to the large quantity of equipment we have in stock, coupled with our dedicated operations team on a 24-hour call out, we were able to deliver the quality service expected of us despite soaring demand.

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Andrews provide cooling arrangement for server room upgrade

As a company committed to providing temporary cooling equipment to organisations potentially affected by server failure, Andrews Air Conditioning Hire are often the first port of call for businesses looking to protect vital hardware.

This fact was underlined when one of our major clients had planned maintenance works in their server room, leading to our specialists being asked to provide an urgent customised cooling solution that would help keep operations online.

An Andrews technician visited the site to conduct a survey prior to making a recommendation, deciding that four PAC22 rental units would be efficient in providing the application with the required cooling duty. The temporary air conditioning units were then connected to a series of heat exchangers positioned inside a storage room nearby.

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Hottest day of the year imminent as July temperatures finally soar

Following weeks of dreary weather – which saw last month statistically confirmed as the eleventh wettest June since records began – the UK is now finally set for some serious heat!

The Met Office has predicted that temperatures over the coming days will not fall below the mid-20s, with Tuesday expected to be the year’s warmest up till now.

Peter Sloss of BBC Weather, told us: “Our weather so far in July has seen temperatures into the low 20s, which is close to normal. This is because our air has been coming from the Atlantic.

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Facilities manager seeks cooling for office and server room

With temperatures in London beginning to rise ahead of a hectic bank holiday weekend, it was essential that a large office building and accompanying server room were suitably protected by air conditioning equipment. Unfortunately for the customer in question, their existing chiller arrangement had malfunctioned due to pipework breaking unexpectedly.

The situation therefore left vital electronics and dozens of workers exposed to sweltering conditions, meaning an immediate solution was required to ensure productivity was maintained without any issue.

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