Newsome, a trailblasing leader in HVAC solutions, has made headlines with its transformative project at a UK based world class nutrition products manufacturer in the North of England. This ambitious endeavour has revolutionised indoor climate control, setting new industry standards for performance, hygiene, and sustainability.
The manufacturer of nutrition products faced a formidable challenge: their existing HVAC system couldn’t meet performance or hygiene criteria, leading to the need for rented air handling units and chilling plant during hot summer months. Newsome stepped in, deploying their expertise to design and supply an HVAC system that would not only meet but exceed the clients stringent requirements.
Newsome’s vision was clear: to design and implement a heating, cooling, and dehumidification system that would maintain precise temperature and humidity levels within the canning hall. The result was a game-changing solution.
The canning hall, with its 666m² area and 7.35m height, posed a significant challenge. Newsome designed a system to cater to the 4,901m³ room volume, accommodating 5-6 occupants. The HVAC system was meticulously designed to ensure a maximum temperature of 25°C and humidity control capped at 65%, providing an ideal environment. Newsome employed internal textile air sock and rolled galvanised/manufactured rectangular sections for external air distribution, ensuring optimal circulation. The heart of the system was the air handling unit, boasting features like a multi-scroll compressor, energy-efficient EC brushless motors, and integral controls. It offered both cooling and heating with a gross capacity of 150kW.
The HVAC system integrated cutting-edge technology, with a focus on sustainability. The use of R454B refrigerant and compliance with ErP regulations showcased Newsome’s dedication to reducing environmental impact and operating costs. Newsome left no stone unturned in ensuring the safety of all involved. Rigorous risk assessments, method statements, and adherence to personal protective equipment (PPE) guidelines were paramount throughout the project.
In conclusion, Newsome’s HVAC system upgrade for the canning hall has not only resolved existing challenges but has set the stage for a brighter, more comfortable, and efficient future. This project is a testament to Newsome’s unwavering commitment to delivering exceptional HVAC solutions tailored to the unique needs of their clients.
With this remarkable project, Newsome has once again proven why they are at the forefront of innovation in HVAC solutions. Their dedication to superior performance, sustainability, and safety is a beacon in the industry, and their work at the canning hall is poised to be a benchmark for years to come.