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Bespoke solutions for wine cellars

To help to maintain its growth of the low temperature air conditioning market, Heronhill have been appointed the main distributor for Wine Guardian cellar cooling systems in the UK. Heronhill specialise in bespoke applications and Wine Guardian strenghthens their portfolio, with packaged ducted, through the wall and water cooled units adding to their range. The products are built to a very high standard in the USA and are aimed at the high-end market of private wine cellars. A cross section of systems are held in stock and a wide range of spare parts will be available shortly to support this growing business.

 

From archive rooms and controlled environments in zoo’s to bereavement suites, private wine cellars and heating for churches, Heronhill can provide a solution, be it for temperature or humidity.

Heronhill modify Marstair fan coils enabling control to a minimum of 6°c and can utilise wall mounted, cassette and ducted systems for low temperature  applications where the discerning client is looking for an air conditioning solution to a refrigeration problem. Either Marstair or J & E Hall refrigeration condensing units complete the system.http://www.heronhill.co.uk/categories/762/low-temperature-air-conditioning

07 November 2017


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