ICS Cool Energy helped keep a plumbing equipment manufacturer to ‘keep cool’ and resume business as usual as quickly as possible following a fire at its premises in Scotland by providing short term emergency hire equipment while a totally new permanent system was developed.
As an existing customer, the plumbing product manufacturer’s equipment and plastics moulding processes were already understood and documented so the hire division was able to step in immediately to design a temporary equipment solution that would allow manufacturing to resume as soon as possible. A chiller and air blast cooler were delivered and set up by the hire team.
In the meantime, ICS Cool Energy’s team set to work updating the equipment specifications and designing a new future-fit solution.
- Chiller and air blast cooler delivered on hire immediately
- Permanent equipment planning and review to bring the company up to date with latest technology
- New chiller and free cooling coil for cooling moulding process
- 480kW capacity adiabatic cooler unit
Sales Engineer John Lowe created a custom-made project plan that covered the immediate emergency requirements as well as the longer term and project managed the activity to minimise additional hassle following the turmoil caused by the fire.
The new equipment brought the company’s systems right up to date with a new chiller and free cooling coil for use within the cooling of their moulding machinery, and the addition of a 480kw capacity adiabatic cooler unit. This provided the plumbing equipment manufacturer with a solution that would not only to bring their facilities back into full operation, but also provide them with up to date technology, bringing the company in line with recent advances in refrigeration.
“Because we’re set up to offer total solutions, we drew on all our expertise to get this customer back to business fast and with minimum hassle.”