Air conditioning adds to new restaurant ambience

Published:  16 January, 2005

Simpson's

Contributing to the classification by Waitrose’s Food Illustrated magazine of this new Simpson’s restaurants on Highfield Road in Edgbaston as a ‘sassy, grown-up restaurant’ is air-conditioning provided by Mitsubishi VRF City Multi equipment. McDowall Air Conditioning specified a 20 hp Big Y outdoor unit to serve 15 wall-mounted indoor units providing 54 kW of heating and 51 kW of cooling, via a 2-pipe system.

Tony Williams of McDowall explains, ‘The restaurant wanted to provided a truly superbly experience for its diners, and it was very important that the air conditioning was as unobtrusive as possible, within the limitations of the building construction, whilst providing a constant and comfortable indoor environment.’

This new restaurant marks the move of Simpson’s from its much-lauded Kenilworth site.



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