Chiller, fan coil and heat pump manufacturer Aermec UK has appointed James Prosser as Sales Director. He will be focusing on developing brand awareness and increasing sales for both refurbishment and new-build projects.
James said: “Aermec has a strong portfolio of products and is a leader in environmentally friendly chillers. My focus as Sales Director is to continue to develop the company’s reputation as a solutions provider whilst delivering profitable business growth and high customer service levels.”
Paul Lawrence, Managing Director of Aermec, said: “Appointing James into this role is a strategic move for the business. He has a wealth of customer and market experience gained from his previous roles in the industry. We required a strong sales leader to help drive our business in the UK and are looking forward to James increasing our commercial capabilities whilst developing strategic customer relationships.”
The Rhoss THAITY 117 packaged heat pump chiller on the roof
Klima-Therm has installed a high efficiency heat pump chiller at Salisbury District Hospital’s Breast Care Unit.
Developed by Rhoss with Padua University, the THAITY 117 system features a dual-purpose coil enabling it to be used as a water chiller during summer and water heater during winter. Linked to a compact Rhoss air handling unit (AHU), it delivers up to 16kW of cooling and 18kW of heating.
Paul Lawrence has been appointed Managing Director of chiller, fan coil and heat pump manufacturer Aermec UK. He replaces Rex Murden, who has retired after more than 30 years in the industry. Lawrence, who has more than 18 years of HVAC experience, moves from his previous role as Aermec’s Sales and Service Director. As well as growing the company organically, he will be developing the product offering and exploring new markets.
He said: “Aermec has a strong reputation for delivering robust engineered solutions. Our highly skilled engineers combine innovation and value-added benefits that help maximise efficiencies, from commercial buildings to high density mission critical computing facilities. I am looking forward to developing our customer base, driving new product development and growing the business”
The new ambulance call centre has been supplied with a high-efficiency air conditioning system
Carrier has supplied the air conditioning system for the new home of South East Coast Ambulance Service’s regional call centre at Gatwick Diamond, near Gatwick Airport.
The centre has three Carrier AquaSnap 30RBP high-efficiency chillers, equipped with a Greenspeed intelligence control system. The chillers supply cooling to six 39MQ Carrier air handling units, connected to 114 Carrier 42NH fan coils distributed around the building.