Weatherite provides the right indoor climate for Sainsbury’s

Published:  19 June, 2005

Weatherite
As part of the £10 million refurbishment of this Sainsbury’s supermarket, Weatherite has supplied air-handling units and air-conditioning systems

Weatherite has supplied rooftop air-handling plant and associated air-conditioning systems as part of a major contract for the refurbished Sainsbury’s store at Newhaven. The £10 million development involved a 3-month, fast-track 2-phase project to create nearly 1000 m2 of extra shopping space at the store.

Weatherite’s contract involved installing nine indirect gas-fire AHUs to provide heating and cooling for the entire store, which now has a sales area of more than 3000 m2.

The company also provided a VRF heat-pump system connected to seven indoor fan-coil units, as well as eight independent individual split system for staff areas and other parts of the store.

All the air-conditioning systems are connected to the store’s Trend building-management system.



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