Oakland Group Launch New Web Site for Energy Efficient Environments

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Oakland Group specialise in energy efficient environments providing air conditioning services and green energy technology including Ecodan, EcoCooling and heat pumps.

Oakland Group provide temperature control solutions and cooling for working environments, specialising in green energy technology and energy efficiency. Since its launch in 1988, Oakland Air Control has developed a countrywide reputation for reliable air conditioning installation and maintenance.

Air Conditioning
Oakland Group install air conditioning equipment from the smallest unit to the large central station chillers. They have in-depth experience in the design and installation of all air conditioning equipment including environmental control equipment for close control applications and clean room areas.

Air conditioning units can be reverse cycle, so can be used all year round. In summer providing cool air and in winter units will provide efficient heating. Maintenance and repair services are also available.

Green Energy Technology for Heating and Cooling
Conventional boilers provide less than 1kW of output energy or heat per 1kW of input energy. Oakland Group can install Ecodan a very natural choice for low cost heating and hot water. Every 1kW of input energy is converted into an average of 3.6kW of output energy or heat, making it more than three times as efficient as conventional boilers.

Another energy efficient product offered by Oakland Group is EcoCooling. EcoCooling have a range of evaporative coolers, offering a completely natural way of producing refreshing cool air. The evaporative cooling units have been specifically designed for the cooling of industrial and commercial buildings and can give an amazing 35KW of air cooling for every 1.5KW of electricity consumed.

Heat Pumps for Cost Effective Heating and Cooling
Heat pumps are an integral part of air conditioning technology. Heat pumps transfer heat from one environment to another via a refrigerant. In cooling mode, heat pumps transfer the heat in an enclosed area to the outside air, resulting in a cooling of the inside area. Heat pumps, however, also allow this process to be reversed, so they can pump heat extracted from the outside air indoors, allowing indoor environments to be heated.

Heat Pumps can transform the energy found in the air to help provide cost effective heating. Take that one step further and consider using heat pumps powered by electricity from a renewable energy source such as wind, biomass, solar or tidal and you could have a heating system that is zero carbon rated. It is easy to install and is very flexible, good for areas that don't have an easy to reach power supply.

For more information about green energy technology and energy efficient environments visit http://www.oaklandgroup.com/

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T: 0800 542 2580

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