A CASE STUDY FOR THE INSTALLATION OF AN INTERNAL DC INVERTER WATER COOLED CONDENSER TO AIR CONDITION A CONTEMPORARY APARTMENT
We have recently completed the installation of our innovative air conditioning solutions into an apartment within the Cardinal Building in Hayes.
Along with the Vantage and Navigation buildings, the Cardinal Building is part of the High Point Village development. Created to meet the needs of 21st-century living, High Point is a brand new urban village located alongside the Grand Union Canal, featuring 576 luxury apartments, a private health spa, speciality retail and a range of restaurants and coffee shops.
Like many modern developments, the apartments within the Cardinal Building can get very warm due to their large glass area and feature a need for air conditioning.
However, due to restrictions placed on the building, the installation of air conditioning with an external condenser is not permitted. In addition to this, nor are the drilling of holes into the external walls of the building. As the High Point Village development is located nearby to Heathrow, noise can be an issue, so simply opening the windows is not always an option.
To solve the problem faced by the owners of this apartment, we proposed the installation of our internal condenser air conditioning system, allowing everything to be retained within the apartment.
As part of this installation, a water-cooled internal condenser was installed in the apartment’s utility area. This was linked to a quiet DC inverter high wall unit in the adjacent living area. When installing this, our engineers were able to run the refrigerant pipework between the condenser and the room unit, with minimal disruption to the existing decor.
Making the process of installation simple, no planning permission was required to fit our air conditioning system in this apartment.
For this project we installed:
1 x 3.5 Kw DC Inverter water cooled condenser
1 x cooling wall mounted unit in the kitchen living area