Taking the heat out of an Indian restaurant

restaurant
Pipe runs as long as the menu — the long pipe runs possible with Toshiba split air-conditioning systems have been fully exploited in this Indian restaurant in Leeds.
The long pipe runs possible with Toshiba Super Digital Inverter heat-pump split systems have been fully exploited for air conditioning a restaurant in Leeds. Five 14 kW units were installed by local Toshiba accredited installer SIAS at the Aagrah Indian restaurant that occupies the ground floor of the landmark BBC building. The outdoor units are a considerable distance away and have to skirt neighbouring properties, so pipe runs are the very longest possible. The minimalist black-and-white, slightly exotic and atmospheric decor made Toshiba concealed ducted units ideal for indoor delivery, with distribution through diffusers set into the high ceiling. The client can also claim Enhanced Capital Allowances, as these units are A rated.
Related links:



modbs tv logo

'Is there too much focus on mental health?'

Geoff Prudence shares the current trends within the FM sector and why mental health needs to be a priority.

Mental health in the construction industry

Chartered psychologist, Peter Green recommends how and why organisations need to address mental health in the workplace.

Calendar