Study of Air conditioning Heat-pump Installation at Amey Utilities
Waterbeach, Cambridge (14/03/14)
Installation of Amey Utilities office air conditioning heat-pumps:
Orion air conditioning and refrigeration ltd complete the installation of a Fujitsu air conditioning heat-pump heating system for the cabin office building in Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire. The cabin building was in need of revamping due to its age and had 5 areas which needed heating and cooling including a data server room. The building had around 200 meters/squared of area that used a electric convector heating system which was as basic and extremely expensive to run.
What air conditioning heat-pumps were installed in Amey Utilities offices and server room:
Background of the Amey Utilities office air conditioning heat-pumps:
The main contractor conducting the refit was P.B Doyles who were quoted on various heating systems including split heat pump systems and replacement electric heaters which came in under budget in comparison to the price of the Fujitsu air conditioning Heat-Pump units but did not offer cooling which the cabin office would need in the summer. The Fujitsu air conditioning heat-pump system provided a great value way of heating a office building within a short space of time (30 mins heat up time) and with little cost and reduces CO2 emissions. The Fujitsu air conditioning systems offer large capacity heating with excellent COP. The Amey project required individual heating and cooling for each area and split Fujitsu systems offer a affordable way of heating and cooling without the need for centralized air conditioning system.
Office air conditioning VRF Heat-pump efficiency and CO2 emissions:
office air conditioning heat-pump system took around half an hour to
heat fully but once warm the outdoor heat-pump ramped down because the
temperature had been reached therefore just pumping small amounts
of heat in to maintain heat. Typical running cost for the year / system
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