Case Study of Air conditioning Heat-pump installation at Jamai Masjid Bilal Mosque, Rochdale, Yorks (21/02/10)
Installation of Jamai Masjid Bilal Mosque air conditioning heat-pumps:
Orion air conditioning & refrigeration ltd were asked to look into the installation of a new church air conditioning heat-pump heating system for the Bilal Mosque for Eco Heat pump Wise. Jamai Masjid Bilal Mosque is a modern building with a large prey area which needed heating. The Mosque had around 400 meters/Squared of area that no existing heating system installed. The Bilal Mosque also required cooling in the summer during busy prayers.
What air conditioning heat-pumps were installed in Bilal Mosque Rochdale:
6 x Mitsubishi
Heavy Industrial - FDT100V Cassette (10kW 33000 Btu) HYPER-INVERTER
Air Conditioning heat pump units
which provided enough heat for the large prayer areas in the building.
These units have a amazing COP (3.65 initial input on FDT100V) which
means that every 1000w of electrical energy going in produces 3650 watts
of heat. For more information on heat-pump inverters please here.
Background of the Bilal Mosque air conditioning heat-pumps:
The mosque was quoted on various heating systems including wet systems such as radiators and oil fired boilers which came in almost three times the price of the Mitsubishi Heat-Pump air conditioning church units which where installed. The Mitsubishi heat-pump air conditioning systems provided a great value way of heating within a short space of time and with little cost and also reduces CO2 emissions.
Mosque air conditioning Heat-pump efficiency and CO2 emissions:
This mosque air conditioning heat-pump system, because slightly undersized for the area took around half a hour to heat fully but once warm the outdoor heat-pump inverter units slowed down because the temperature had been reached therefore just pumping small amounts of heat in to maintain heat. The 500msq area was consuming 50 Amps/phase on 3phase 415V supply. This works out to be around 75p/hour to heat this huge area and reduced CO2 emissions by at least 40%.
Heat-pump installation criteria:
This Bilal Mosque
air conditioning heat-pump installation was undertaken by lead engineer
Arron Denton with assistance from installation engineer Craig
Fogarty, (both employed and trained by Orion). All pipe and
services were installed on the outside of the building on cable tray.
The Mosque air conditioning heat-pump units have a life span of around
15 to 25 years depending on their use. Installation time 20 days.
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