Three Turbomiser air cooled water chillers are providing enhanced efficiencies and flexible cooling capacity at Vodafone’s Accenture test facility site in Newbury. Vodafone is one of the world’s leading mobile communications providers.Read More
A chiller replacement project for Cardiff University will massively reduce the carbon footprint of process cooling, resulting in important energy cost savings.Read More
A high efficiency Turbomiser chiller system supplied and commissioned by Cool-Therm is providing essential cooling for a ground-breaking water treatment and reclamation facility at a major UK food production plant.Read More
Free-Cooling CT Chillers by Tonon project at university of Lincoln cuts cooling running costs.
The first UK installation of free-cooling Tonon chillers is providing high efficiency air conditioning for students and staff at the University of Lincoln.
The two 165kW Galaxy Free-Cooling Tonon chillers, based on R410A, replaced existing chillers which had reached the end of their working life on the roof of the University’s Science Building.
The Tonon machines, with a combined cooling capacity of 330kW, provide cooling for Air Handling Units (AHUs) serving laboratories, teaching spaces and offices.Read More
Cool-Therm, best known for its joint development of the awardwinning Turbomiser chiller, is pioneering in a fresh direction with the application of HFO refrigerant in a traditional reciprocating compressor-based chiller.
The company has supplied an HFO-based reciprocating chiller to the University of Nottingham, where it is being used to cool its new Centre for Sustainable Chemistry, built by Morgan Sindall and designed to be carbon neutral and have excellent environmental credentials.Read More
What is believed to be the largest air-cooled chiller project in the UK using hydrocarbons as a refrigerant has been delivered by Cooltherm for a leading pharmaceuticals company.Read More
Cool-Therm has installed a high efficiency low temperature process cooling chiller with heat recovery at a leading metal finishers, enabling the company to increase production while saving around 40per cent on its cooling energy bill.Read More