A Panasonic gas driven VRF system is keeping customers comfortable at a gym and fitness studio in Suffolk.
The Skyliner Sports Centre, in Bury St Edmunds, required an energy efficient and cost-effective air conditioning solution for a new building housing a busy gym and fitness studios. With a limited supply of power to the building, three Panasonic GHP VRF units were chosen as the heating and cooling solution by installers Pitkin & Ruddock and distributor Oceanair.
Paul Airey, left, and BSRA chair Paul Singh, right, with the winning AMP 1 team of Steve Gardner, Mark Goldsworthy, and Martin Watts. The fourth member of the team was Darren Bell, who was unable to stay for the presentations. Also pictured, second right, is Richard Archer from AMP 2, who was second in the individual competition
AMP dominated proceedings on the golf course, Karl Richardson of Logicool was named Personality of the Year and Weatherite's Nathan Leonard was honoured as Apprentice of the Year at the Birmingham Society of Refrigeration & Air Conditioning (BSRA) Annual Golf and Dinner celebration at The Belfry.