Coolair serves up VRF restaurant solution


01 April 2019
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Coolair Equipment has designed and installed an advanced comfort cooling system for Birmingham's new Tattu restaurant.

Coolair was commissioned by Wolverhampton-based Midwest Electrical, via main contractor Wilmslow Building in Cheshire, to install the Mitsubishi system, which provides energy saving and carbon-reducing cooling and heating over both the ground and lower-ground floors of the 150-cover restaurant in the city's historic Grand Hotel.
The VRF system installed by the Cannock office includes heat recovery ventilation to give all areas of the restaurant receive simultaneous heating and cooling as required, with fresh incoming air warmed by the waste heat from the coldroom equipment in the kitchen.

Coolair director Neil Gibbard said: “We were delighted that our close association with a world-leading manufacturer, and our proven experience and expertise, enabled us to design and build the comfort cooling and heating system for one of Birmingham’s most exciting new restaurants.”

Coolair has also signed an annual maintenance agreement through its new National Aftersales Division that includes a seven-year warranty on all equipment installed.
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