Heating & Cooling - Expertise in designing, installing, commissioning & maintaining
Cool Heat Solutions are an innovative specialist in heating and cooling providing a highly comprehensive service to the commercial and industrial market for heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC). Whether you are interested in heating a bedroom in your home or installing a cooling system in your production facility, we have premium quality products at our disposal and the experience to provide you with a top class result. Our services include designing, installing, maintaining and commissioning HVAC systems as well as performing detailed efficiency tests on them.
We are proud to be suppliers of Bosch, Daikin, Toshiba, Mitsubishi Electric, Fijitsu and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries heating and cooling technologies. These Manufacturers products are at the forefront of compressor technologies and you can be assured that you are receiving top quality and efficient temperature regulation. We provide air conditioning units, air handling units, heat pump units and chillers and we have experts in installing, servicing and maintaining all of their products.
Ventilation & Heat Recovery
Heat Recovery Ventilation is widely used in offices for the provision of fresh air. In commercial properties this fresh air requirement is designed into a project at an early stage. Once the building use and projected occupancy level is established, using CIBSE or ASHRAE guidelines we can design the required amount of ventilation. This design criteria meets with current legislation more accurately than the old calculation method of calculating air change rate. Heat recovery is the single largest factor for consideration in designing a ventilation system as it helps to reduce the total operating cost of the building. In Summer time for example the system will operate in “free cooling mode“ taking the air from outside and by-passing the heat exchanger so that fresh cool air is introduced to the space rather than using air-conditioning. Poor air quality in buildings has been proven to cause low productivity, poor concentration and higher rates of absenteeism among employees. The UK has conducted a comprehensive survey in school classrooms and as a result of their findings now insist on all classrooms being adequately mechanically ventilated using heat recovery ventilation. Modern houses are so well sealed nowadays that it is necessary to install a heat recovery ventilation system.