When it comes to data centre cooling, Aermec are the experts! Our clients come from a wide range of industries and equally diverse applications. Whatever your cooling and heating requirements, Aermec can design energy efficient solutions that help minimise emissions, reduce energy costs, optimise performance levels and reduce the overall cost of ownership. Read the latest issue of ACR Journal https://issuu.com/acr_heat_pumps_today/docs/acrdecjan20_web/54 to see how we helped a City based power house with an innovative cooling solution for their data centre, that
Aermec has something to shout about! The company has reached the finals of the National ACR & Heat Pump Awards. We have been short-listed in two categories – Chiller Product and ACR Project. The company is delighted to be in the company of so many prestigious entrants. Organised by ACR Journal, the awards are one of the industry’s highlights and is set to be a great night out at The Midland Hotel in Manchester on January 23rd.
The HVAC industry is getting smarter and adapting to meet the demands for greater efficiencies but with minimal environmental impact. Aermec’s Stuart Allen reviewed some of the developments taking place and how the industry is taking advantage of smarter technologies to meet the challenges ahead. Read more in September’s issue of ACR News on pages 26/27 by clicking on the link below: http://content.yudu.com/web/69r/0A2arfm/ACRSept2019/html/index.html?page=26&origin=reader
When it comes to maintaining chillers and AHUs one of the most fundamental steps is to make sure coils are kept clean. Over time, dirt and debris can build up and can negatively affect the performance levels of your HVAC system. When coils are dirty the system has to work harder to cool the air flowing over them which can cause your system to use more energy and increase costs. Read Aermec’s article on maintenance and the importance of cleaning
Aermec is the proud sponsor of the Wickford based under 11s blues team of Essex Royals Football Club. The company is supporting the club by funding their kit to help provide the team with the facilities they need for the next two seasons. Aermec is also helping to fund training equipment including mobile goals, bibs and training ladders, which can be prohibitively expensive for many clubs. The team plays at Barleylands in Billericay, close to Aermec’s headquarters in Basildon. Paul