TF Solutions Helps Children's Hospice with AC System

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Published: 25 January 2016


TF Solutions Donna Louise Hospice
The Donna Louise Hospice
TF Solutions, the AC distributor, working with Fujitsu Air Conditioning and Lawton Tubes, recently helped out a Staffordshire children's hospice with £30,000 of VRF air conditioning equipment.

The companies donated the equipment to the The Donna Louise Children’s Hospice which helps children with 'life limiting conditions' throughout Staffordshire and Cheshire.  TF Solutions has a long relationship with the charity, the company's nominated charity. Since starting to work with hte hospice, TF Solutions has already raised over £10,000 through its fundraising efforts.
​TF Solutions designed, planned and installed the complete project for free. The project took several weeks to complete to install the new energy efficient, environmentally-freidnly system. It cools five patient bedrooms, a parent's lounge and conference room. The air conditioning provides heating and cooling. 
Donna Louise Hospice Loft
The loft at the hospice containing the AC system
​TF Solutions Technical Manager, Lewis Jones said: 
​“We have been fortunate enough to work with Fujitsu in providing their highly energy efficient Fujitsu VR2 three pipe system for the Hospice. The install has been completed to the highest standards with nothing spared. The system allows for simultaneous heating, cooling and energy recovery covering all of the above rooms in the hospice.

“Due to the sensitivity of the environment, we decided to opt for ducted evaporators so that future service and maintenance work can be conducted via the loft space to reduce disruption to occupants of the bedrooms below. These ducted units will also allow for better air distribution and minimise the risk of draughts. As The Donna Louise is a non–profit organisation we were extremely aware of running costs for any equipment we installed, and this system will enable their utility costs to reduce significantly without affecting the comfort of residents and guests.”
​The air conditioning system project for the hospice was completed in time for Christmas.