Case Study: Dorking Halls – Masonic Hall
Dorking Halls Masonic Hall
We were contacted to put forward a design for this area as its existing heating system did not meet the requirements of such a diverse usage, public area. A more versatile approach with the provision of comfort cooling was needed.
This system has to cope with large variations in occupancy and still provide stable temperature control and comfortable conditions whether it is in the height of summer or depths of winter.
The three wall mounted internal units are coupled to three externally mounted air source heat pump units and provide clean filtered, cooled, or heated air, in a quiet draught free manner.
Each indoor unit has its own inbuilt control system, working in conjunction with an inverter type compressor, to enable an immediate response to the large variations in heating or cooling loads experienced in this type of area.
The total cooling / heating duties of each of the indoor units is nominally 7Kw