Ventilation employs highly skilled engineers to ensure
air-conditioning and ventilation equipment is maintained
to the highest possible standards. Our preventative
maintenance programmes are tailored closely to the requirements
of our clients in terms of environment, type of equipment
and budgets. Coolstream Ventilation operates in all
market sectors and maintains every type of air conditioning
system, including cassettes, chillers, air handling
units and close control systems.
Working with the main suppliers
within the industry, we ensure spares are sourced in
a timely manner and at competitive prices.
Coolstream Ventilation engineers are qualified to current
industry standards to ensure air conditioning plant
is professionally monitored and maintained and our clients
are complying with the EU F-Gas Regulation.
Under the F-Gas Regulation, users have the legal liability
to ensure that refrigerant does not leak and is recovered
properly during servicing and replacement of systems
in order to limit refrigerant emissions.
Coolstream Ventilation implements all measures in accordance
with the best available techniques, to reduce the relative
loss of refrigerant below a maximum of 5%. Used refrigerant,
which is not intended for re-use, is dealt with as waste
for safe disposal.
As a contractor we realise that fixing leaks is just
treating symptoms. We provide a complete expert service
for our customers, advising them on future refrigerant
strategies and carrying out a full system analysis to
ensure their systems can maintain performance levels.
This analysis protects customers against equipment breakdowns,
regulatory penalties and rising energy costs.
Leak detection starts at the time of the installation.
Our good practice from day one means that all installations
are properly tested in accordance with BS EN378. Pressure
testing ensures that we install a leak tight system.
Where systems are beyond economical repair or customers
are looking to replace equipment using R22 refrigerant,
we provide installations at extremely competitive rates
and with the minimum of disruption.