The 400kW refrigeration plant consists of compressors, plate heat exchanger, evaporative condenser, glycol tank, and all associated pumps, valves and insulated pipe work. Read more
The addition of Quantify’s technology to the living lab trial will enable building automation and energy consumption monitoring within the building.
The Fairwater Project represented a unique opportunity to measure, evaluate and understand the use of new technologies.
A unique requirement of the project was the need for multiple temperature zones between the different rooms.
The hotel saved 23% off its electricity bill after the first two months of operating the new plant room.
From commissioning right through to today the energy consumption figures tell an impressive story.
Park Cakes supply chain manager, George Walsh, said the new building is delivering the same storage capacity from a much smaller footprint.
More than 400 variable speed drives had to be installed and integrated with the backbone of the network.
There were up to 20 sub-contractor companies working simultaneously on site which the Johnson Controls team had to work around.
Intelligent ventilation platforms keep lab personnel safe by ensuring that air quality adheres to strict safety standards.
The solution uses interconnected, closed-loop cooling towers to provide unparalleled, fault-tolerant resilience.
A large fluid cooler serving the building's secondary condenser water loop was also refurbished as part of the chiller replacement program.
The KX system is an extremely versatile operating unit with superior performance and technology that makes it ideal for expansive spaces.
The cost advantage of just replacing the refrigerant and not the chiller was enormous.
While the original schematics of the buildings will not change, services inside like heating and cooling, are being retrofitted to utilise modern designs that promote sustainability.