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Air conditioning within school and educational buildings is no longer a luxury, but is increasingly seen as essential to the learning environment.
Now that many schools are no longer tied to the local authority approved contractors, schools are increasingly finding much more competitive and responsive companies to service and install their air conditioning.
The optimum comfort zone for children and students is between 18 – 24 ºC.
The World Health Organisation states that the optimum comfort zone is between 18 – 24 ºC. Above or below this temperature will start to have a negative effect on almost all learning establishments. With our design experience and latest school air conditioning units, you can maintain a steady and comfortable temperature to keep your pupils and staff more focused on the task at hand….. and less prone to illness. We can include advanced multi-stage filters within our air conditioning units that remove particles such as dust, pollen, pollution and bacteria from the air and provide a clean fresh atmosphere that helps relieve the symptoms of hay fever, asthma, and reduce the spread of air-borne viruses.
That’s not all. Our school air conditioning systems do more that just keep you cool in the summer. They can provide stable optimum working conditions involving both heat and cooling, cleanliness and distribution of fresh air. Best of all, all our new air conditioning comes with warranties up to 5 year warranty.
Most school air conditioning systems consist of outdoor ‘condenser’ units and indoor ‘air handling’ units. The indoor unit distributes cold, warm or humidified air to the designated area. These are connected to the outdoor condensing units with pipes through which coolant circulates.
- Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) or Variable Refrigerant Velocity (VRV): These school air conditioning systems are typically more suitable for larger school or college complexes. They have one or more condensing units which supply a multiple of indoor units.
- Multi split: Air conditioning for smaller classrooms or school offices, this comprises a single outdoor unit supplying up to four indoor systems
- Wall mounted: Air conditioning systems are ideal for most one-off or single classroom requirements.
- Ceiling cassette: These units are suspended from the ceiling and give a 4-way blow. They are very good at distributing air across large classrooms within schools
- Under ceiling: These air conditioning units are also suspended from the ceiling and give a powerful 1-way blow.
- Ducted units: These units are fitted in ceiling voids above school classrooms, leaving just the opening grill visible – an elegant solution where suspended ceilings are in place, for example.
- Floor standing: These air conditioning units are much like large radiators and located on school classroom floors.
- Integral units: Designed for schools where there is planning permission or conservation areas. Such systems require no outdoor unit.