One of the world’s leading automotive manufacturers of prestige cars has increased production as part of a multi-million investment programme, relying on ICS Cool Energy and it’s F-Gas certified engineers to help ensure the manufacturing process helps deliver a new engine every minute.
At its state of the art manufacturing site in the UK, a major expansion has taken place to deliver the next generation of high efficiency engines destined for a range of new and existing models. More than 3.5 million engines have been produced at the site and the most recent expansion has seen the addition of 600 new pieces of equipment and machinery, now requiring more than 200 chillers for the production process.
- Full service contract, regular maintenance
- Maximum four hour response time
- Spare unit on site for contingency planning.
- Regular Service visits covering ICS Cool Energy equipment and other manufacturers.
- Discounted parts and labour
- 24/7 breakdown service, delivered by our local service engineers
Maintaining, servicing and repairs for the plant’s 200-plus coolers is also a role that’s long been recognised by the maintenance manager as a task for the experts. ICS Cool Energy has been delivering the full service contract for over 10 years, winning every time in the company’s regular service and price benchmarking.
“We benchmark and quality check ICS Cool Energy and without fail they come out on top. No other service provider comes close on competitive pricing or service levels, plus we have locally based engineers so as and when we need rapid on site response, it’s always prompt and that gives us peace of mind,” said the plant’s Maintenance Manager.
ICS Cool Energy’s technical team is on site twice a year to inspect and service all the chillers, completing all the necessary planned preventative maintenance checks and carrying out F-Gas checks. The service also includes a four hour response time in the event of any problem, 24/7.
Downtime is simply not an option for us. A temperature deviation beyond the set parameters can cause damage that runs to tens of thousands of pounds.