PAC 22

June’s product of the month: Our must-have air conditioning unit this summer

Introducing the PAC 22 Portable Air Conditioner

As the scorching heat of summer (hopefully!) approaches, it’s time to start thinking about how to keep yourself and your surroundings cool and comfortable. One reliable solution that has gained immense popularity is the PAC 22 portable air conditioner. This powerful and versatile unit has become a favourite choice in the UK and across Europe, offering exceptional cooling capabilities and a range of features that make it suitable for various applications.

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What’s it like to be an engineer at Andrews Sykes? We asked Jason Watson…

Marketing Assistant Jahdia Spencer gets a taste of life as an engineer!

In light of it being National Engineers Week, it feels appropriate to highlight one of our engineers and delve into precisely what the job itself entails. That means I’m back with another Day in the Life segment, and this month I shadowed one of our talented Senior Service Engineers – Jason Watson.

As I’m generally office-based, I was excited to observe how the backbone of our business operates, and learn more about how the practical side of things work. As soon as I saw Jason arriving at the Charlton depot car park, I set about capturing potential social media content and documenting our day by taking notes on how a typical morning might unfold.

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Andrews provides Hampshire hospital with emergency cooling

When a high-profile hospital located in Hampshire contacted Andrews Air Conditioning Hire in search of some emergency cooling equipment, our expert team stepped in to ensure the requirement was met.

Our client was experiencing difficulties with their transformers which were overheating and threatening to fail, putting the hospital in serious danger of losing all power. Shortly after initial contact, one of our local specialists visited the site to assess the area’s specifics before proposing a suitable air conditioning hire package to instil the desired low temperatures.

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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 solution for plant room

When a major property maintenance company had been contracted to provide cooling for a plant room in London, Andrews Air Conditioning Hire were required to ensure an immediate solution was provided.

The plant room in question was experiencing high temperatures of 37°C during the summer months, meaning urgent action was necessary. In order to protect equipment, the client required an effective cooling solution to reduce temperatures to a maximum of 25°C.

Following an extensive site survey, three PAC 22 air conditioners were delivered and installed on site and placed in the plant room, providing cool air to the critically hot areas and dramatically reducing temperatures.

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Industry-leading IT firm rescued by Andrews Air Conditioning

When one of the world’s most widely recognised technology and consultation businesses sought alternative cooling at their data centre in the South East, Andrews Air Conditioning were tasked with delivering a suitable hire package to enable repair works to begin.

The customer was looking for stand-in cooling equipment to operate instead of their existing system which had been temporarily decommissioned. As a global business with exemplary standing, and one renowned for its durable IT services, it was absolutely imperative that critical servers were kept online to ensure their reputation was not affected among consumers.

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