Graduation Day 2015

Jul
2015
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Samantha Cherry BSc (Hons). receives her Bachelor of Science Degree at Newcastle University’s graduation ceremony on the 14th July 2015.

Louise Sharp (Aircare’s General Manager) congratulates Samantha on her achievement and commented “Samantha’s Degree is well deserved as she has worked very hard over the past several years”.

Samantha has worked for Aircare part time for the past few years and intends to focus her future career working in the animal sciences and welfare sectors.

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” I would like to say a thank you on behalf of Penn Elcom as your engineers have done a really good job and I have to say it’s not the first time you have done a really good job.”

Dominic Slater
Purchasing Assistant

 

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Scientists and physicists have been studying and proving the existence of dark matter for many years in various unusual locations throughout the world and many consider this matter to be the building blocks of the entire universe.

Aircare has been recently awarded the contract to design, supply and install a specialist cooling plant for a laboratory that is located in the UK and one mile underground.  The cooling plant is required to maintain stable conditions for the scientists and specialist equipment.

Aircare shall be designing a modified chilled water type system utilising Carrier water chillers and chilled water fan coil units, this is a turnkey project including all project management and mechanical / electrical services.

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Congratulations to Daniel Lloyd Reed on his new appointment as a Director at Aircare Services.

Daniel commenced his engineering career with Nexus and started at Aircare during 2006 where he completed his apprenticeship during 2007, sponsored by Aircare Daniel attended Northumbria University from 2008 to 2013 and successfully completed his BEng (hons) degree in Building Services Engineering.

Daniel will enhance the current management team and bring new ideas to ensure Aircare Services remains at the cutting edge of HVAC technology and environmental engineering.

 

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Aircare now has a presence on Twitter and Facebook you can like and follow us at:

www.facebook.com/aircare25

www.twitter.com/aircaresvcs

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“We have had your Air Conditioning Engineers with ourselves this week and we are very happy with how they have conducted themselves during the install of the Air Conditioning Units.

The professionalism and helpfulness has been fantastic.

The standard of work looks very good and looks ideal in our offices”.

 

Gareth Thomas, CISP

Customer Service Team Lead | Shred-it – Leeds

 

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Aircare have been awarded the contract for a major refurbishment on the refrigeration plant at a national food processing site.  Aircare designed, manufactured and installed the equipment back in 1997/1998 and the equipment has operated 24/7 for over 17 years.

The plant comprises of blast and spiral quick freezers, frozen and chilled storage rooms, and chilled production areas.  The client has been satisfied with the equipment for the past 17 years and wanted the equipment updated for another 17 years of reliable operation.

The works involve replacing the refrigerants with modern environmentally friendly refrigerants, updating the controls and control systems for reduced energy consumption, and replacing the outdoor heat exchangers due to age and weather damage.

90% of the existing equipment will remain in service after refurbishment.

“This is a perfect example of recycling high quality equipment and minimising environmental impact and the carbon footprint”.  

 

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This year Aircare is celebrating a quarter of a century as a provider of high quality HVAC, mechanical and refrigeration engineered solutions.

Aircare evolved from a small single office with three staff in 1990 to our current city centre offices and workshops with fifteen employees. Over the years Aircare has seen major changes with the development of heat pumps, alternative cooling and heating systems, and environmental engineering with the main focus being energy use reduction.

“There have been massive changes with technology and market forces, however Aircare has retained the original customer focused service attitude, personal service, high skill base and independence that have been, and continue to be, the key to Aircare’s success”

John Cherry, CEnv, IEng, FSOE, FIPlantE, MInstR,

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All of the staff at Aircare wish our customers and clients “A Very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year”.

Our offices shall be closed from Tuesday afternoon the 23rd December and shall reopen Monday the 5th January 2015.  Emergency cover for FM and maintenance will continue as usual with the out of hours contact numbers.

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The client required a drying system incorporating biomass hot water boilers to reduce the drying time of various biomass fuels and provide grain drying during harvest times.

Aircare designed and installed a heating and dehumidification system that is capable of supplying 24 m3/s of warm dry air to the biomass fuel and grain drying areas.  The systems incorporate 100kW heating coils, industrial supply air fans, water pipe work, ductwork, controls and auxiliary equipment.  To ensure minimal energy use the fans are inverter driven and a user friendly control system to optimise operational times.

This new system has reduced energy consumption and operation costs by up to 80%.

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