Coolair Assures Winning Place for BET365


22 December 2016
Bet365’s new Stoke office
​Leading UK air conditioning installation specialist Coolair Equipment Ltd has successfully met the cooling requirements of one of the world’s biggest online gambling companies.
​The contractor, with offices in Manchester, Cannock and Maidstone, delivered the cooling and heating package for bet365’s stunning new state-of-the-art office in Stoke-on-Trent.

The contract with SES Engineering Services, worth almost £1m, involved supplying and installing 18 flexible VRF heat recovery systems from Mitsubishi Electric for bet365’s office space and its 3,000 employees. All the systems were connected to a centralised control system linked to the company’s building management system. 

Coolair also installed 12 twin direct expansion (DX) Mitsubishi Electric split systems to cool all the server rooms, and a further 21 single DX split systems for the  uninterruptible power supply (UPS) rooms, security lodge and equipment room.

As an accredited Business Solutions Partner of Mitsubishi Electric, Coolair also signed an annual maintenance agreement that includes a seven-year warranty on all the systems.

The new air conditioning systems have ensured that bet365 is able to continue to provide a world-leading round-the-clock online gaming service to its 21 million customers in 18 different languages.

Daniel Lawson, SES Project Manager, said: 
​“Coolair proved an excellent contractor to work with on this prestigious project. Their professionalism and willingness to go the extra mile ensured that bet365’s new office went live from day one with a perfect working environment.”
​Coolair Director Neil Gibbard added: 
​“We were delighted to be chosen for our experience, expertise and close association with a world-leading manufacturer to carry out one of our biggest-value contracts for such a successful service company and such a major employer.”
Coolair was founded in 1980 and specialises in providing tailored cooling and heating services to the retail, residential, commercial, education and hotel sectors.
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