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2 Lammas Centre , Budbrooke Industrial Estate- CV34 5WQ
Warwick , United Kingdom  United Kingdom
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Klimatec Ltd - Budbrooke Industrial Estate

Klimatec are specialists in air conditioning. We install, service and maintain all leading brands of air conditioning equipment - from small split systems through to large capacity water chillers. Our end to end solutions (with comprehensive warranties) span the full spectrum of air conditioning applications and installations, all of which are backed up with excellent after sales service and maintenance support.  Specialist air conditioning services we provide include:

Equipment and product sales
Installation and commissioning
Service, maintenance & remedial works
Coil/heat exchanger replacements
Refrigerant retrofit, refurbishment & plant replacement
Compressor overhauls & replacement

At Klimatec we aim to breathe fresh air into your business – with our highly efficient air conditioning engineering solutions right through to our refreshing approach to customer care.

Our senior management has over a 125 years combined experience in delivering air conditioning solutions to a wide range of organisations – from hospitals to retail outlets and banks to manufacturers – the team at Klimatec provides carefully planned solutions tailored to meet your needs.

Klimatec are specialists in commercial and light industrial air conditioning equipment. Our core business activity is providing support services for water chillers and air conditioning equipment including service, maintenance, refrigerant retrofit, plant refurbishment and replacement.

The management of Health and Safety is key to our business operation. Delivering support services in a safe working environment for our engineers, customers and others that may be affected by our work activity is a fundamental aspect of our day to day operation.

Our technical expertise, commitment to customer care and first class service delivery ensure that your expectations are realistically set and wherever possible exceeded. And at Klimatec customer care doesn’t end with the project or last service call, we are dedicated to developing long term relationships with our customers and continually strive to improve cost effectiveness and value

Klimatec specializes in the replacement of air and water cooled chillers.

Plant rooms and roof areas made available for housing equipment have become much smaller due to the increased pressure of maximizing office accommodation/rentable square footage. With more equipment in smaller plant rooms and little consideration for plant replacement there is often a need to dismantle old equipment before it can be removed from the building. Likewise, new equipment has to be disassembled, mechanically handled and reassembled in situ.

Klimatec has extensive experience in replacing air and water cooled chillers irrespective of their location and size.

Our project management services include:

Site survey
Health and safety management (CDM)
Equipment selection
Decommissioning, refrigerant recovery and safe disposal
Equipment disassembly
Transport and mechanical handling
Craneage (including negotiations with local authorities)
Disposal of redundant plant
Disassembly, transportation and on site reassembly of new equipment
Pipework alterations and modifications
Electrical modifications
Power factor correction
Trace heating
Pipe work insulation
Commissioning and hand over

In 2000 the EU passed a directive based upon meeting the Kyoto Protocol commitment, EU 2037/2000 Ozone Depleting Substances. This directive related to the phase out the production and use of HCFC gasses which are harmful to the ozone layer and was subsequently written into UK law.

Since 2004 it has been illegal to supply and install air conditioning equipment which uses ozone depleting refrigerant, such as R22.As from the 31st of December 2009 it is now illegal to buy virgin R22 or use it for any purpose. While it is still possible for reclaimed R22 to be purchased following re-processing, the sale of reclaimed R22 is currently scheduled to be banned from the 31st of December 2014, although this date could be brought forward following a review.

Sales of R22 in 2008 were similar to those in 2007 which suggests that many systems have not been replaced or retro fitted with alternative refrigerants and increasing the likelihood of severe shortages following the ban on sales of virgin R22. A survey by DuPont has reported that up to 65% of current equipment still uses R22 as its refrigerant further supporting reports that shortages will be commonplace.

It is important to note that while this will have an impact on the repair of major failures in air conditioning plant it will not affect the normal operation of equipment. Providing there are no leaks or major component failures, the ongoing operation of your equipment is not under threat. However in the event of a failure, the scarcity of R22 may result in extended downtime and increased costs for repair.

There are two potential solutions to this situation; the first is the replacement of R22 equipment with new alternative equipment. In the case of split systems or smaller plant this is both cost effective and can provide more energy efficient equipment. In the case of larger plant while the replacement with newer and more efficient plant may be preferable, the equipment in question may not be near the end of its life cycle and the potential cost of replacement can be prohibitive. In this case the use of an alternative refrigerant such as R29 offers a cost effective route to prolonged plant life and the removal of environmentally damaging substances.

At Klimatec we pride ourselves in providing best value solutions to our clients and have experience in carrying out both replacement of R22 equipment from small split systems to large air and water cooled chillers. In addition to this we are also able to offer refrigerant retrofit on air conditioning plan

The EPB Regulations (2007) have been passed into law in order to comply with the European Parliament EPB Directive 2002/91/EC which came into force in January 2003.

The regulations are intended to form the legislative part of the Kyoto Protocol Agreement and are aimed at reducing CO2 output by 40 billion tonnes before 2012. The regulations cover new and existing buildings (both Domestic and Non-domestic) and require that inspections are carried out and certificates issued for energy efficiency.

Article 9 of the EPB Directive requires that member states “shall lay down the necessary measures to establish a regular inspection of air- conditioning systems of an effective rated output of more than 12kW. This inspection shall include an assessment of the air-conditioning efficiency and the sizing compared to the cooling requirements of the building. Appropriate advice shall be provided to the users on possible improvement or replacement of the air-conditioning system and on alternative solutions“ The introduction of the EPB regulations means it is a legal requirement for equipment to be inspected and as such it is illegal to let or sell a building without a valid Air Conditioning Inspection Report covering all installed in scope equipment. This regulation is being phased in based upon the size and therefore environmental impact of the system, the timetable is as follows:

For England, Wales and Northern Ireland:

1st January 2008: air conditioning systems over 12kW put into service post January 2008 must have a first inspection within five years of the equipment being commissioned/put into service
4th January 2009: first inspection of all existing air conditioning systems over 250kW should have been completed
4th January 2011: first inspection of all remaining air conditioning systems over 12kW should be completed, (this includes multiple split systems with a total duty of over 12kW).

For existing buildings in Scotland only:

4th January 2009: all systems with an effective rated output of more than 250kW, with first inspections completed by 4 January 2013
4th January 2011: all other systems with an effective rated output of more than 12kW, with first inspections completed by 4 January 2013


At Klimatec we have 5 accredited inspectors who are able to provide inspections on all types of systems from 12kW upwards, giving you the benefit of our experience in the installation, maintenance and troubleshooting of all leading brands of air conditioning equipment - from small split systems through to large capacity water chillers.

There are a number of benefits from the Air Conditioning Inspection process. Our clients receive an independent report from an inspector (Governed by a strict code of practice) regarding the condition, serviceability and safety of their installations. The reports take the form of observations from site inspections, along with findings and recommendations for actions which can range from the adjustment of set points or minor changes to equipment operation to the replacement of older plant with new and efficient alternatives. This can then be used to select the most appropriate measures from implementation. This, coupled with our refreshing approach to customer care, will ensure that you can keep meet the legal requires for you building, plus save energy and money in the operation of your Air conditioning systems.

Business Operation Hours
Monday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Tuesday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Wednesday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Thursday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Friday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed
Service Type : Yes, this business serves customers at their Location

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Klimatec specializes in commercial and light industrial air conditioning equipment.  We provide support services for water chillers and air conditioning equipment including service, maintenance, refrigerant retrofit, refurbishment and plant replacement.

Energy Performance of Buildings Regulations 2007 (EPBD)

The EPB Regulations (2007) have been passed into law in order to comply with the European Parliament EPB Directive 2002/91/EC which came into force in January 2003.

R22 Phase Out

In 2000 the EU passed a directive based upon meeting the Kyoto Protocol commitment, EU 2037/2000 Ozone Depleting Substances. This directive related to the phase out the production and use of HCFC gasses which are harmful to the ozone layer and was subsequently written into UK law.

Product and Services

Chiller & Plant Replacement,Compressor Overhauls,Service and Maintenance,Refurbishment & Replacement,Condition Surveys.

Languages Spoken

English

Payment Options

Visa,Master Card,Cash,Check,Bill
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