PECM Issue 23 2016 - Page 8

Bottling Plant Calls for a Cool Breeze from Andrews Chiller Hire U nable to maintain a site managers soon realised that additional The customer commented that the constant cool temperature temporary cooling was required. With patience of Andrews Sykes engineers within a number of the existing temporary chiller solution overseeing the project was greatly bottling areas due to lack performing so well the company turned appreciated as gaining access to the site of ventilation during planned staged once again to Andrews Chiller Hire for the was both limited and time consuming. replacement of its air conditioning system, additional equipment hire. It was decided a well-known drinks company called on that duplicating the original hire package Andrews Sykes Hire Limited the vast experience of Andrews Chiller would be the best option, comprising Chiller Division Hire. It was required to provide that all another 100kW chiller plus a 30kW and a Unit 54 Gravelly Industrial Park essential temporary solution for cooling 50kW air handler unit. Tyburn Road Birmingham B24 8TQ the air within the customers Gloucester production facility, preventing downtime With more than 35 depots nationwide Tel: 0800 211 611 and protecting the quality of the end and a large chiller fleet with individual E: product. units ranging from 30kW to 750kW the Web: Andrews-Sykes Special Hire Division is Part of the problem was caused by minimal ideally situated to respond promptly air movement which left the whole with the best optimal chiller solution bottling area exposed to temperatures in when either planned or emergency air excess of 30°C. Initially Andrews Chillers temperature control is required. had supplied a 100kW chiller along with two air-handling units for localised cooling At the bottling plant, the second chiller of a bottling area during this planned air- was located adjacent to the first and as con upgrade. close as possible to the outside wall of the building. During installation each However, as more bottling areas were air handler was manually skated into having their air-con disabled at a time place around conveyor belts within the Britain began to bask in exceptionally production area to prevent any disruption constant, higher summer temperatures, to the workflow. 8 PECM Issue 23