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Case Studies from ECEX Air Intake Screens

ECEX Air Intake Screens boost malt house refrigeration efficiency

  Eastern Counties Refrigeration (ECR) recommended that ECEX Air Intake Screens be fitted to four large condensers at Boortmalt’s malting plant in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, to prevent clogging and improve their performance. The ECEX Air Intake Screens have solved the problems of inadequate heat rejection and insufficient process cooling during hot weather and other […]

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ECEX Air Intake Screens Protect BBC Broadcasting House AHU Intakes

We have recently installed ECEX Air Intake Screens at the BBC’s Broadcasting House. Due to their busy London W1 location, the main supply air intakes to the buildings were drawing in large volumes of airborne debris – dust, pollen, insects, litter etc., causing repeated heavy clogging of the intake plenum and the frost coils and internal […]

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Hospital Chillers Protected By ECEX Air Intake Screens

  The York chillers at London’s Royal Marsden cancer hospital have recently been fitted with ECEX Air Intake Screens to prevent pollen, insects and other airborne debris from clogging the condenser coils, saving maintenance time and energy as optimum airflow is now being maintained. Frequent, laborious and costly coil cleaning has become a thing of the past; […]

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ECEX help give Lucozade Ribena Suntory an energy boost and a breath of fresh air

ECEX Air Intake Screens are helping to save energy and improve operational efficiency at Lucozade Ribena Suntory’s factory in Coleford, The Forest of Dean, by improving their heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems. LRS, a leading soft drinks manufacturer in the UK and Ireland, collaborated with ECEX to produce a solution specific to the […]

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A great example of how Air Intake Screens can prevent issues and save money! Case Study

The project The frost coil in an air-handling unit for one of the University of Oxford’s laboratories had failed. It’s an issue we see time and time again – the coil was acting as the first line of defence against airborne debris. Units like these are often difficult and inaccessible to maintain, so after years of service, […]

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