Siemens has contracted Cosaf to replace the air conditioning system at its Congleton facility, the company announced today.
The contract requires the design, supply and installation of a low energy, low carbon cooling solution with a secure and reliable replacement.
The new system will service Siemens’ automation and drives test cells departments, keeping temperatures below 25 degrees Celsius, which is essential to avoid production downtime.
Cosaf will fit the Breezair unit, exclusive to the company, which requires no gasses and operates on fresh air.
The joint benefits of improved air quality and noise reduction dovetails with Siemens’ environmental policies, the company states.
Mike Sullivan, Cosaf director, said: “Following the success and reliability of the systems installed at Siemens over the past few years, the staff were assured when it came to this particular project, that the quality and efficiency of the Breezair product along with the design expertise of Cosaf, would be in keeping with the high standards expected.”