- Ammonia Refrigeration
- Commercial Airconditioning
- Cool Rooms
- Glycol Systems
- Repairs & Maintenance
Supply and installation of refrigeration equipment to serve multiple fruit and vegetable storage rooms operating at various temperatures.
Routine maintenance and service works to an industrial air dryer used at a mining facility in Papua New Guinea.
Works included a refrigerant leak mitigation program and screw compressor changeover and overhaul.
The site logistics of working in a remote area and having strict downtime requirements necessitated a tightly coordinated approach to the works.
As part of consolidating two plant rooms into one a new ammonia compressor package was installed.
Other works included new interconnecting liquid and suction headers, a new suction accumulator and reconditioning a large second hand receiver.
Supply and installation of secondary -5°C glycol recirculation systems for cool rooms at the new Melbourne Market in Epping.
Various clients that required individual layouts necessitated customised refrigeration design solutions.
Compliance with facility design requirements and building regulations also had to be considered in the final design.
Supply and installation of a new -5°C glycol primary chiller plant including underground secondary glycol recirculation pipework.
The insulated stainless steel pipe work will provide glycol to a range of equipment including, must chillers, cool rooms, wine storage tanks and open fermenters.
Removal of two old evaporative ammonia condensers and replacement with one new energy efficient 715kW condenser.
All works where completed in one day including removal of the redundant units, so as to not impact freezer temperatures and production schedules.
Supply and installation of 8 new Glycol coolers to replace existing units, the facilities operations dictated a coordinated approach to the changeover so as to not impede distribution schedules.
The new Glycol coolers are operating more efficiently and providing more consistent room temperatures, as was expected.
With a design to meet the client’s budget, a mixture of new and second hand equipment was installed as part of a glycol cooling system to serve a production hall and barrel store.
A new PLC control system was used for the chiller and also interfaced with existing zone controls.