Aermec UK is delighted to be short-listed in this year’s RAC’s Cooling Awards, one of the most hotly contested and highly coveted industry awards. Aermec is a finalist in the Building Energy Project of the Year category for designing and implementing a more energy efficient cooling strategy at a mission critical data centre for one of the UK’s top tech companies.The customer now benefits from more efficient cooling using super-efficient compressor technologies, a reduced carbon footprint, boosted EER ratings and
Aermec sales appointments lead business development Aermec UK Limited has strengthened its sales team with three new appointments as part of the company’s expansion strategy, which has a strong momentum in the UK and Europe. Alan Tyson has worked in the HVAC industry for 50 years holding senior posts at Carrier as a Commercial Director as well as UTC power in the US as Sales and Marketing Director for EMEA based in the UK. Stuart Allen has over 30 years
Aermec success at H&V News Awards It was a great night for Aermec at this year’s H&V News Awards as Paul Lawrence Aermec’s UK Managing Director and his team collected the award for HVAC Project of the Year (Over £0.5m) for their work at Barclays. Held at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel on Park Lane on April 25th, Aermec was praised by the H&V News Awards Judging Panel 2019 who were “impressed at the level of technical input shown…and the understanding
Cleaning coils can reduce energy costs and boost efficiencies Keeping your AHUs and chillers in tip top condition can save money but when budgets are tights, the maintenance schedule is often the first to be trimmed back, which is a false economy. We all know that a good planned preventative maintenance can maximise efficiencies and generate costs savings, but how many are aware of the costs incurred thanks to dirty coils? The dirtier the coils get the more the increase
Aermec reaches the finals in the H&V News awards Aermec has been listed as a finalist in the H&V News awards under the HVAC Project of the Year (Over £0.5m) category. The project involved developing a replacement cooling strategy for one of the country’s leading financial powerhouses that handles over one billion financial transactions every second. Key requirements included resilience, energy efficiencies, reduced emissions and lower PUEs (Power Usage Effectiveness) and a seamless migration for their mission critical data centre.