Eaton-Williams providing the choice to either REFURBISH or RENEW Air Handling/Ventilation Plant
Facilities managers faced with a choice of renewing existing air handling and ventilation plant, or refurbishing it on-site, can often be influenced by access to plant location, or changing conditions in the building.
Energy efficiency and environmentally responsible options, together with future planned maintenance programmes, will also have to be taken into account, prior to making a final decision.
What solutions do Eaton-Williams provide?
Eaton-Williams have 70 years experience in providing solutions for ventilation, cooling and close control air conditioning, to some of the world’s largest financial organisations, telecoms providers, hospitals, commercial buildings, retail operations and industrial organisations.
These services are fully supported by a highly skilled network of residential and mobile engineers nationwide. Our engineers have vast experience of maintaining and servicing a variety of ventilation and cooling plant, together with advising clients as to the feasibility of refurbishing or renewing equipment on-site, with a dedicated M & E Services department.
We can in most cases, refurbish the plant in situ, using the knowledge gained over many years, providing refurbishment solutions on clients existing ventilation and cooling plant.
To avoid service disruption, the benefit of refurbishing plant in situ, can be simply down to not having to move old plant in limited access areas, coupled with the location and installation of replacement units.
Refurbishment can be carried out over an agreed period of time, tailoring any budgetary restraints or business operations.
An initial site survey by our trained engineers will provide the most economical options available to the client, followed by a detailed quotation, outlining a proposed programme for the refurbishment of the existing plant.
The quotation could encompass upgrading the ventilation equipment, utilising advances in technology, to provide greater energy efficiency, by installing components and controls for 21st century operation and reduced cost of ownership.
Eaton-Williams have the capability to totally refurbish all the plant housing panels and structure, together with new doors in situ, to a standard of “better than the original”.
Once the options have been agreed with the client, a full mutually agreed schedule to complete the project is then drawn up. A dedicated team will be assigned to the project, where the commissioning and final handover of all works completed, will only take place upon your total satisfaction.
All our projects and refurbishment work, including all the components used, are fully guaranteed and supported by the Eaton-Williams nationwide service and maintenance operation.
In some cases the option to refurbish existing plant is not the most cost effective solution, following the initial site survey.
Where the decision has been taken to renew the existing plant, we will undertake to provide a quotation for supplying either Edenaire or Moducel ventilation plant, from our manufacturing operations in the UK. This could also include tailoring the equipment, to fit into the same plant room space, or for location onto the existing roof top kerb.
We also have an option of supplying our own successful “flat pack” ( site assembly ) air handling plant, providing a further solution, where access into the building is a major problem. This option when chosen, is supplied from our factory to site and assembled by our own engineers.
In most cases the replacement plant will be capable of providing increased duty and will certainly be more energy efficient than the original installation, again reducing the cost of ownership.
Before you make any decision to either Refurbish or Renew your existing air handling, ventilation or air conditioning plant, just give Eaton-Williams a call on :- 01782 599995 and ask for David Wivell, who will organise a full site survey for you. We are sure we will be able to solve your requirement, together with a tailored service and maintenance contract