Andrews Sykes Launches New High Capacity Air Conditioning Unit

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Andrews Sykes Air Conditioning Hire has today unveiled its new high capacity, energy efficient, air conditioning unit, the PAC60.

Andrews Sykes’ new PAC60 is a ‘split’ portable air conditioning unit making it ideal for large data centres, offices and any other locations that require temporary or permanent cooling.

Andrews Sykes Air Conditioning Hire has today unveiled its new high capacity, energy efficient, air conditioning unit, the PAC60. The PAC60 builds on the features of the company’s popular PAC22 unit but has almost three times the cooling capacity and airflow performance. The model also benefits from having one large 3 phase motor, as opposed to running 3 smaller machines to achieve a similar cooling capacity, this means it is one of the most energy efficient units of its size on the market. The PAC60 delivers 17Kw of cooling capacity whilst drawing only 5.5Kw of power consumption: the nearest split PAC rival delivers approximately 6.5Kw of cooling whilst consuming an average 2.5Kw of power which has the dual impact of reducing both the user’s carbon footprint and operating costs. For a similar output the PAC60 actually reduces power consumption by 1.7Kw per hour.

Andrews Sykes’ new PAC60 is a ‘split’ portable air conditioning unit making it ideal for large data centres, offices and any other locations that require temporary or permanent cooling. It can keep a user at a defined ambient temperature in its localised environment or can be ducted into sensitive areas. The indoor unit can also be located up to 30 metres away from the outdoor unit, giving additional flexibility.

Specifications:

  • The PAC60 has a maximum air flow of 3,500m3/hr (versus the PAC22 at 1,359m3/hr) with the typical cooled area of 410m3.
  • The indoor unit weighs 230kg and measures 640 x 1000 x 1,610 mm (L x W x H) and has a maximum noise level of 65dBA @ 3 metres.
  • The outdoor unit weighs 113kg and measures 605 x 820 x 1,085 mm (L x W x H) and has a maximum noise level of 70dBA @ 3 metres.
  • The model requires a standard 32amp three phase power supply.
  • Controls: Digital Thermostat
  • Capable of operating down to 10oC.

The indoor unit is housed in a simple yet stylish white casing enabling it to look at home in most modern office and industrial environments.

Nigel Gill, operations support director, Andrews Sykes commented: “For many of our clients, air conditioning is fundamental to the efficient and productive operation of their enterprise. We needed a product that could provide our clients with greater capacities than currently available in the UK hire market but that also met their need for increased energy efficiency.

“Whilst the new PAC60 is a very capable model for users with large cooling requirements, we would warn organisations against over-specifying as this can have a negative financial and environmental impact.”

Andrews Sykes has developed a cooling calculator to help organisations get an estimate of the type of air conditioning unit they require.

For more information on the PAC60 visit http://www.andrews-sykes.com

Media contacts
Sharon Bratton
Andrews Sykes Group Plc.
sharon.bratton(at)andrews-sykes(dot)com
01753 522 224

Notes to editors
Andrews Sykes is the UK’s largest specialist hire company with operations in Europe and the Middle East. With over 30 depots and hire centres in the UK alone and 500 dedicated employees worldwide, the company has over 40 years experience in the hire, sale, installation and maintenance of all types of comfort cooling, air conditioning, heating, temperature control and ventilation systems. It serves virtually all industry sectors from small businesses to multi-site operations and international corporations across building and construction companies, industry, retail, banking and finance, leisure and hospitality, facilities management, manufacturing, utilities, oil and chemicals, government, healthcare, the armed forces and emergency services.

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