When the main Pier at one of Scotland’s largest Airports lost its air conditioning it didn’t take long before passengers and staff were wilting under the heat. With hundreds sitting within the large windowed gate areas temperatures rose quickly and a temporary solution was urgently required to cool these busy areas down.
Forecasters say temperatures will rise through the second half of May reaching 30C (86F), and will set the scene for the hottest summer in decades, with heatwave upon heatwave through June and July.
When this prestigious central London office complex’s air conditioning broke down, help was just a phone call away. Time was of the essence and All Seasons Hire were contacted to get the system up and running again as fast as possible. An experienced engineer was sent in to evaluate the situation. He specified modifications […]
All Seasons Hire was recently asked to provide Temporary Air Conditioning to a large exhibition centre in Geneva, Switzerland. The exhibition hall was hosting a convention for dealers of a prestigious motor car company and needed Air Conditioning for the conference and dining areas. For this purpose All Seasons Hire provided a 160Kw Trane AquaStream […]
All seasons Hire was recently contacted by the army to provide Temporary Air Conditioning for training manoeuvres. The light brigade were carrying out the manoeuvres in Salisbury. After a meeting with the organisers it was decided that two 50Kw Chillers were needed to provide 100Kw of Air Conditioning for a single storey military building. To […]