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Andrews Win Data Centre Contract

09 June 2016

Andrews Chiller Hire has been awarded a short-term contract by established telecommunications provider to supply 1.4mW of cooling as back-up of its in-house chillers that will be taken off-line during a major refurbishing programme.

To satisfy the brief Andrews Chiller Hire will supply two 750kW chillers that will run in series for direct connection to existing flow and return connections.

Andrews also will be suppling power generation equipment to establish a totally stand-alone system, ensuring adequate and essential cooling to critical operational suites housing advanced computerised technology.

Andrews Chiller Hire operates with one of the most comprehensive chiller hire fleets in the UK, with units from 6kW up to 750kW and air-handlers capable of delivering up to 600kW.

And with more than 25 depots strategically placed it is able to respond extremely quickly, especially in an emergency situation.

Site surveys are part of the normal hire process, identifying loading requirements as well as any other site requirements. Installation at the tele-comms site had restricted footprint, this meant Andrews chillers would be placed end-to-end and cable ramping used to run to the generator.

During installation engineers had to be mind-full of the client’s need for full access to the data centre throughout the duration of hire.

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