Among the locations where an air conditioning system needs to perform effectively and be reliable is the potentially hot environment of a busy nightclub.
When Aircool Technology was commissioned to fit a new air conditioning system at the Fever Clubrooms in Nuneaton, the installer chose Conex Bänninger’s >B< MaxiPro press fittings as the pipework jointing solution.
Faced with keeping disruption at a residential care home to a minimum during an ACR installation, air conditioning and heating specialist Castle Climate Control (CCC) chose Conex Bänninger’s flame-free >B< MaxiPro fittings as the jointing solution.
Much of the pipework had to be routed within and around residents’ rooms and in loft areas, with working in often restricted spaces another challenge.
Ed Whinyates of Stonegrove Refrigeration looks at some of the things to consider when it comes to choosing a condenser.
A refrigeration system needs a condenser in some form or another. Traditionally, the application of an air cooled condenser was preferred for small to medium installations, with evaporative condensers the preferred choice for medium to large installations. However, as technology has developed, this is now not always the case.