Industrial Air Conditioning

Direct Shopfitters Ltd can provide VRV (variable refrigerant volume) style Multi-point installations to suit office, hotels or schools. After a detailed survey our air conditioning design engineer will configure a VRV system to suit your needs.

The VRV installation usually consist of 1 or 2 outside condensers enabling the supply of both hot and cold simultaneously from 12 areas and above. The inside units the evaporators comes in many shapes and sizes to suit your needs these are usually floor mounted units similar to fan assisted convector radiators but can also be a mix of high output cassettes or ceiling mount units.

Although the VRV’s can also supply your computer room with cooling we strongly recommend keeping the cooling needs of your computer room and severs separate that’s why we give you this FREE ” that’s right” install a VRV system of 12 rooms and more and we will supply your computer room free of charge, subject to site survey and conditions.

Multi split systems known as VRV’s are all serviced from a large compressor unit usually mounted on the roof for foot print saving reasons but can also be mounted at ground floor level were space is not of concern.

VRV’s come in heat pump mode supplying your office with a one step solution for cooling in summer and heating in winter all in the same convenient package. Also known as reverse cycle units they are economical to run, space saving and relatively cost effective making them an ideal choice for the office.

Air Handling Units also work on the principle of a single or twin roof top unit, this unit can cool, heat and purify then force the handled air though ducting, to your specified areas were individual temperature controlling is of less importance, the perfect solution were the cooling / heating needs vary from room to room. Ducted type systems offer a cost effective cooling solution to areas or separate rooms all from the same roof top unit.

We will offer you a 12 month full parts and labour warranty on all our equipment as standard