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A case study for the installation of DC inverter water cooled condensers to air condition two apartments in a conservation area

For each project we installed:

1 x 7kw water-cooled DC Inverter internal condenser
3 x 3.5kw water-cooled DC Inverter internal condensers

These served:

1x 7kw (24,000btu) DC Inverter cooling ducted unit
3x 3.5kw (12,000btu) DC Inverter cooling high wall units

The Project:

The installation of water cooled DC inverter water cooled condensers within two apartments overlooking Hyde Park in central London.

Both apartments have a substantial area of glass and get very warm. Being within Bayswater conservation area, in the City of Westminster, the owners were not allowed to fit a traditional external condenser box. Nor were they allowed to drill any holes in the external walls of the building.

As part of a complete refurbishment, the clients wished to air condition three bedrooms and the living area. The only solution available, was our DC inverter water cooled internal condenser air conditioning system, that allows everything to be retained within the apartments.

In both cases, small water cooled condensers were fitted in each of the three en-suite bathrooms to supply energy efficient quiet DC inverter high wall units in each of the bedrooms. A further more powerful condenser was fitted in the kitchen to supply a discreet hidden ducted unit for the main living room.

Our engineers worked closely with the clients contractors and were able to connect the refrigerant pipework between the condenser and the room units before the false ceilings were installed, allowing the whole system to be hidden.

No planning permission was required to fit our air conditioning systems in these apartments.

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