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Cool-Therm launches new website

Cool-Therm, the expanding chiller and air conditioning specialist, has launched a new fully responsive website at www.cooltherm.co.uk, complete with an online chiller sizing and selection facility.

It gives system designers, contractors and end users a quick and convenient way of pinpointing the correct chiller to meet the requirements of a particular project. The user inputs basic data for the application, and it produces a recommended chiller model and specification.

In addition, the site has useful new sections, including case studies on chiller applications in commercial air conditioning, data centre cooling and industrial process applications.

The company’s award-winning Turbomiser is featured in video form, with a detailed insight into its energy and carbon-saving potential. Case studies highlight how the ultra-low energy chiller is contributing to significant savings in running costs in a wide range of applications across the UK.

There is information on the range of services provided by the recently launched Cool-Therm Consultants, which includes TM44 energy surveys, F-gas compliance support, bespoke design service, and advice on refrigerant selection and replacement.

As well as air conditioning for mainstream applications in commercial and government premises, Cool-Therm has a growing portfolio of projects involving data centres and industrial process cooling. The new website has an area enabling visitors to download brochures and press releases showing examples of recent work in this expanding field.

Managing director, Ken Strong, said: “Quick access to up-to-date information and support has never been more vital in business. The new website is designed to grow and expand over time, and be as useful to use from a desktop PC as a smart-phone by an on-site field engineer.”

He added: “The chiller sizing facility, in particular, offers a quick way to make a chiller selection. We can then validate and confirm the specification, and make sure it will meet all the requirements of a project.”

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