Commercial Projects 

Commercial Projects 

Company Name 
Website Address 
Fan Coil Units 
Vectaire/Air Vent Technology 
Mechanical Vent Heat Recovery (MVHR), Mechanical Extract Fan (MEV) 
Chiller, AC, Heat Pumps, Dry Cooler 
Waterloo Air Products 
Grilles, Diffusers, Louvres, Chilled Beams, VAV Boxes 
Waterloo Acoustics 
Acoustic Enclosure, Attenuators 
Bristol International Airport 
Bristol International Airport has gone through many changes and enhancements over the last few years and Air Systems as a local company is proud to have been involved in these improvements to the East Terminal Extension, West Terminal Extension, Baggage Handling and Immigration Hall. Air Systems has provided. Air Handling Units, Fan Coil Units, VAV Boxes, Grilles, Diffusers, Heat Recovery Units, Coils as well as cranage and site bolt up. 
MOD Brize Norton 
Air systems were tasked with supplying 22 Hydronic AHUs mounted on steel bases which could be lifted in one piece to five metres high. The bases would form part of the gantry walkway system at high level. 
Air handling units were brought into a local warehouse where they were bolted together on the steel base frame, controls, ductwork and pipework were then fitted and tested prior to shipment to site. 
Nationwide Building Society, Swindon 
Air Systems worked with consultants to achieve a fast turnaround on a turnkey project. 
We were tasked with stripping out the existing air handling units, delivering new Hydronic units in flat pack format and re-building in situ. Ability fan coil units were selected and supplied complete with Delta controls and Belimo EPIV valves all pre-commissioned at works. Waterloo slot diffusers were selected to be installed around the perimeter of the building to give the optimum air distribution. 
Installation of 2 Hydronic AHUs. 
Airsystems stripped out 2 existing AHU’s, delivered 2 new Hydronic AHU’s in flat-pack form, transported them via lift and stairs through a single door to Plant Room and rebuilt them. 
Positioning and site bolt-up of Hydronic AHU. Airsystems organised the offloading, cranage and positioning & site bolt up of AHU on roof, 5 storeys up. 
A new cooling & ventilation system has been installed at a world-class London university library – thanks to Airsystems & Waterloo. 
The major project to address climate control in the college’s central library started in 2017. Due to the number of library users an energy efficient, quiet and aesthetically pleasing solution was needed. Specialists from Waterloo were invited to discuss the project, which included the installation of a chilled beam and a VAV system. 
Andrew Mildon, sales office manager at Airsystems (SW) Ltd says “The installation and performance has proven to be a great success at the central library at Imperial College London. The library is now nearly fully occupied following the project”. As part of the re-fit, new furniture & PCs were installed, 3 extra Study Rooms created and power was supplied to all desks. Designers believe the recently finished refit has enhanced the learning resource for decades to come. 
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