Temporary chilled store

Published:  16 October, 2014

The combination of an Andrew’s chiller and a number of air handling units has reportedly proved to be the most viable options for creating a temporary chilled storage environment in a new warehouse for a specialist UK chocolate manufacturer.

This application called upon the skills of the Specialist Hire Division of ANDREWS SYKES to supply and install a totally integrated temporary cooling system. Engineers from Andrews Sykes Specialist Hire team calculated that to achieve the required low temperature would require two 550kW chillers feeding eight 150kW air handling units. Each of the AHU is capable of delivering up to 20,160m3/h and they were strategically positioned to afford optimum air flow around the warehouse.

During installation engineers from the Specialist Hire Division sited the chiller and 2 x 800kVA generators as close as possible to the warehouse without restricting warehouse access and all internal pipework was specifically positioned to avoid disruption to warehouse staff as they went about their daily routine.

t: 01902 328725

e: shdinternalsales@andrews-sykes.com

w: www.andrews-sykes.com

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