All our engineers are REFCOM accredited water chiller specialists, able to provide expert chiller maintenance and assistance with current legislation.
Many commercial buildings depend upon chilled water air conditioning systems and heat pumps to maintain stable workplace and server room temperatures. Manufacturing and industrial processing can be equally dependent on water chillers for cooling production machinery or the manufactured product.
A rise in chilled water temperature due to chiller failure generally results in a major business interruption cost, on top of the cost of chiller repair
FGAS legislation must now be considered by the chiller operator and failure to comply with this can result in financial penalties.
To offset both risks and costs, partner with a REFCOM accredited water chiller specialist who can provide expert chiller maintenance while also assisting with current legislation
Swegon Service Ltd (formerly known as Service4Chillers/ Coolmation Service Ltd) was one of the first company’s in the UK to gain REFCOM ELITE accreditation, we are an independent chiller service and maintenance organisation and our experience and skill level qualifies us to work with all makes of chiller and all capacities.
Commercial heat pumps provide a low cost heat source, but without regular service and maintenance, their performance and ratio of heat output to running costs will reduce.
Our network of installers, parts and service engineers are spread out right across the country and are able to offer expert ventilation maintenance and assistance within current legislation.
Being a specialist chiller service company, we can supply only, or supply and fit a wide range of chiller spares for the majority of UK and European chiller brands at competitive prices; York, Trane, Carrier, Lennox, McQuay, Airedale, Hitachi, Climaveneta, MTA Blue Box and Rhoss to name but a few.
For many years the most commonly used refrigerant in water chillers was R22, but because of its severe ozone depleting properties, is now being rapidly phased out in accordance with EU Protocol.