Leisure centre is bowled over by MHI air conditioning

MHI, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, VRF air conditioning

As part of the conversion of an indoor crown-bowls facility in Barnsley into a 7-lane 10-pin bowling venue, air-conditioning equipment from the Ecolution range of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries has been installed. This twin split system supplied by 3D Air Sales is part of a project by Barnsley Premier Leisure.

The system was recommended by Atkinson Parker Refrigeration of Sheffield as an energy-saving solution for the spot cooling or heating of the seating area for bowlers.

Steve Parker, a co-director of Atkinson Parker, says, ‘We install MHI air conditioning on a regular basis because we find the equipment is very reliable and we always get excellent service and technical support from 3D Air Sales.

The system consists of two 20 kW outdoor units serving four 10 kW cassettes with a single remote controller. Pipework is located within a galvanised steel cable-tray system as a fast and flexible alternative to traditional conduit systems.

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