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Case Studies

RNLI

Eaton-Williams® award winning energy saving FANWALL TECHNOLOGY® has met the air handling requirements of the RNLI's Inshore Lifeboat Centre (ILC) in Cowes. Two identical LKP units with FANWALL TECHNOLOGY were manufactured at the company's Stoke-on-Trent facility, and have been installed side by side at the inshore life boat centre to form 6w x 3h LKP units, that are supplying 19.5 m3/s inside the centre using an array of four fans inside each unit. Read more...

Colt

Building on its long experience of cooling data centres, Eaton-Williams® has designed and supplied a bespoke cooling solution for Colt's flagship modular data centre in North London. The London 3 modular data centre is a cutting edge tier 3 managed services site. The data centre has been designed as modules of 500m2 which can be constructed in less than four months offering customers a highly power-efficient turnkey solution. Read more...

Eden Project

The Eden Project in Cornwall is home to an abundance of exotic plants and trees where their environment is being sustained with the help of bespoke air-handling units designed by Eaton-Williams® Group Limited. The MODUCEL® LKS air handling systems provide tempered fresh air inside the bubble-like biomes. Where, teams of scientists, engineers and gardeners have recreated the world’s richest environments – the rainforests of the humid tropics with their rubber trees, coconuts and bamboos and the olive groves, orange trees and grape vines of the warmer temperate zone. Read more...

Enderby Social Club

Eaton-Williams® combined cellar cooler and heat recovery solution is reducing energy costs and emissions for Enderby Social Club in Leicestershire. When the club replaced its aged cellar cooler for a more energy efficient ECA from Eaton-Williams, it did not expect to receive free hot water as well. Read more...

Heriot-Watt

Air distribution from Eaton-Williams® helps deliver energy savings at Heriot-Watt university's landmark language and interpreting facilities. Heralded as the finest in Europe, the four new labs and one self-study lab are modelled on those used in the European Parliament. They provide students with hands-on interaction with translation and interpreting equipment and also include facilities for the first British Sign Language (BSL) interpreting degree in Scotland. Read more...

National Museum of Wales

Eaton-Williams® is helping the National Museum of Wales to benefit from substantial savings by replacing its aged humidification system with VAPAC® resistance heater humidifiers. The units have been installed throughout the building to enable the museum to meet its requirements for controlled temperature and humidification whilst delivering energy saving and reduced maintenance costs. Read more...

The Aquatics Centre

Eaton-Williams® FANWALL TECHNOLOGY® (FWT) has been used in a wide range of applications but few are as prestigious as when the company was selected as a supplier of air conditioning units for the Aquatics Centre for the London 2012 Games. Read more...

The Copper Box

The UK hosts many sporting events but London 2012 marked a once in a lifetime opportunity and Eaton-Williams®, supplier of air conditioning units for the Handball Arena to the London 2012 Games joined in the celebrations. Read more...

Turner Gallery, Margate

Art galleries can present a unique set of challenges when it comes to humidification. A coastal location in an aggressive salt-laden environment and constructed with vast expanses of glass and constantly opening doors and closing were just some of the issues facing Margate's iconic Turner Contemporary art gallery when it came to designing a controlled environment for visitor comfort and the preservation of exhibits. Read more...

Verne Global

With the price of fossil fuels rising relentlessly, the data centre community is under huge pressure to reduce power consumption and look for alternative solutions preferably from renewable resources with low or no carbon emissions.

One company, Verne Global is doing exactly that. The company is tapping into the vast natural resources at its disposal and using Eaton-Williams® to supply an energy efficient cooling solution for what is the world's first dual-sourced 100% renewably powered scalable data centre in Iceland. Read more...

 

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