Scandia designed, supplied, delivered and installed a dual compartment temperature controlled coldstore for a busy dairy within Dagenham.
The room was designed to be built along the back end of their broad warehouse to not cause any obstruction to the dairy vans. The lengthy design, covering 25 metres in length, made ease of storage of their milk trollies, the milk coming into one side from delivery, and being rotated clockwise around the walls to then be collected for despatch.
The rooms were complemented by large manual sliding doors that were all manufactured in house and manually constructed to the appropriate size. The tracks were specced to the appropriate size to cope with the weight of door blade.
Our tidy and precise refrigeration works were called upon as the coldstore was on-show through the side doors to a main-road. Our lead engineer carried out very tidy pipework and electrical works, keeping the route symmetrical for aesthetic purposes. The rooms needed four pairs of TeCool remote systems, installed in a close-coupled style, finished off with EVCO control panels.
Scandia supplied and installed an 8 metre x 11 metre chiller room at a brewery in Oxford. The room was located in their main building and used to chill their kegs in a space where they can be moved around with ease. We had multiple columns to insulate and clad around within the room, this allowed the client to use all of the available space. For access, Scandia supplied and installed a large 2.8m x 2.8m sliding door to allow staff in and out of the room with pallet trucks. The client required a fire-exit, to accommodate this we installed a pedestrian sized door to the side of the coldroom.
Like all of our rooms, the panels were all pre-fabricated in our factories and arrived on site, causing minimal disruption on site and speedy installation.
Scandia supplied and installed a very cost-effective turn-key solution in Barking. The client required a 10.6m x 4m coldroom with a separate store at 4.5m x 2.5m in another location.
The project was on a strict budget and a tight lead-time. By using our Scandia polyurethane panels with our TeCool monoblocs we were able to ensure these coldrooms were on-site, installed, within 5 days of order.
These rooms were chilled by 3 horse-power monoblocs. These coldrooms present a fine example of just how versatile monoblocs are - where split systems would be usually installed in this situation, our heavy-duty monoblocs stood up to the test.
Scandia were instructed to manufacture and install a small 6-body mortuary room for one of our valued customers in the North. The room was no larger than it needed to be, at 2.56 x 2.46 x 2.2m. Scandia also supplied and installed the mortuary racking, including the trays.
We designed the chamber so the evaporator inside had enough room to site and the ceiling was just high enough so the air had room to circulate and disperse across the trays.
The client had recently moved into the new building and wanted to have the centre up and running as soon as possible. We responded to the urgency and installed the rooms and the racking upon order, whilst awaiting for the trays to be delivered directly to the site at a later date.