Unit Installation In Enfield.
The project for this office in Enfield began with our usual site survey and project meetings with the client. We documented the existing office and then performed our calculations and drew up the plans required to ensure the most efficient air conditioning system at the best value for the client. Our primary survey looked at the existing building conditions but we also need to know how many people will be seated in the space, the size of the space and the number of windows. All of this information feeds into our final calculations. This project utilised Fujitsu products and involved 9 indoor units connected to 5 outdoor condenser units.
There are several ratings we need to use in the design process. The first is British Thermal Unit Rating (BTU).This rating represents the heat the air conditioning unit can remove from internal space. Higher ratings mean more heat is removed, so defining the correct size is essential for our project. Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) is another rating we use. This one tells us how much energy is needed for the air conditioning device to operate efficiently. Higher EER ratings use less energy but are more expensive to purchase but usually result in cheaper energy bills over a five year period.
Temperature control is useful in office applications. Controls can be manual or programmable and some can be operated by a remote control. It can be useful for building maintenance staff to be able to override the temperature in times of extreme heat or cold. Heat pump technology brings further efficiency to winter heating.
This air conditioning system is typical of most forward thinking offices these days as staff really appreciate a comfortable working environment avoiding some of the usual non-air conditioned office hazards such as wind and fans blowing paperwork around and computers switching off when the heat gets too much. This project utilised Fujitsu products and involved 9 indoor units connected to 5 outdoor condenser units.