Time and quality are essenal when working to support the medical sector. That’s why Health Imaging Soluons, a specialist service support company based in Dinnington, South Yorkshire looked to Fujitsu to provide a comfortable and stable environment for their employees to service and repair medical diagnosc imaging equipment

he chosen solution is a Fujitsu Airstage VRII heat recovery system, which provides individual climate control in offices, meeting rooms and common areas. Plus, dedicated server support split systems across their premises. The space saving 28kW, VRF outdoor module has a footprint of just 0.71m2 and has been located in a purpose built compound adjacent to the building. With three individual refrigerant branch boxes inside; each connected to a four-way cassette, the module is capable of repositioning its electrical panel for better access.

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Mark Derriman, Fujitsu’s southern business development manager tells us why he selected this particular model: “Having an existing ceiling grid of 600 x 600mm, the compact cassette’s chassis fits perfectly without having to adjust the grid; and kept the work required for installation to a minimum. Our new circular flow cassette provides 360- degree air flow and worked out an ideal choice for the large meeting room; as the air that is distributed reaches every corner.”

He adds: “The installation in these offices and meeting rooms is all about thermal comfort, hence the reason for a heat recovery VRF. The system can provide simultaneous cooling and

heating and works by reusing heat energy rather than wasting it. The system is possible of reaching operating efficiencies of up to 8.82; that’s over 800 per cent. We commissioned the system by reducing the cassettes pre-set

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external static pressure selections within the controllers. With a low ceiling, the people sat under our units don’t suffer from any draughts and so are always comfortable when working.” The installation was carried out by Orpington-based Friargreen Construction, which specialises in turn- key projects for clients working in the health care sector. Managing director, Toby Sparks says: “The project had to be one of quality. Not only the installation, but also the equipment. The wall-mounted systems that are installed are located in rooms with servers that are operating when staff are servicing or testing CT scanning equipment. Failure to regulate the temperature of these servers could result in huge losses to the business in down-time. We chose to use Fujitsu because we have been extremely impressed with the high level of support they have provided in the past and their equipment is known for its reliability. I have absolutely no hesitation in recommending them for projects like these. They are a great partner to have in our supply chain.” To discover more about the Fujitsu VRF range, visit or email

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The installaon in these oces and meeng rooms is all about thermal comfort, hence the reason for a heat recovery VRF

’ Fujitsu to supply the UK market with Clint and Montair liquid chillers

ujitsu General Air Conditioning has extended its UK product range with the addition of Clint and Montair liquid chillers, furthering a partnership formed in November 2017 between Fujitsu General Limited and G.I Holdings S.p.A for commercial business development. Fujitsu’s new offering will cover both air- cooled and water-cooled liquid chillers, in heat pump and cooling only models. Air cooled heat pumps will range from a compact 15kW capacity model for small commercial applications using inverter scroll technology, through to 1.6MW Screw


compressor models for large commercial and industrial projects, including options of producing hot water up to 60oC. Water cooled heat pumps range from 49kW to 1.25MW, with cooling only variants using Turbocor centrifugal technology to extend ranges to 3.9MW capacity.

Four pipe hydronic connections make simultaneous operation of cooling, heating and the provision for domestic hot water possible from the ‘Energy Power’ range. Providing a flexible approach from a multifunctional system.

Close control applications are being provided with Montair air cooled, water


cooled and chilled water variations, covering a range of 9kW to 155kW capacity including both top and bottom discharge options. Integrated server cabinet cooling is also available.

Open protocol communication is included across the range, with remote web monitoring packages supplied as standard on Turbocor models. Dry coolers, hydronic modules and remote condensers shall complete the product line up to compliment any combinations as required.

Pre- and post-sales product support will be co-ordinated by Fujitsu’s UK Technical team based at the organisations UK head office in

Elstree, with relevant product training courses to be announced shortly.

Ian Carroll, chief operating officer, Fujitsu General Air Conditioning UK, says: “This is an important joint product development for both companies, and we are excited about the new products coming through. We will combine the extensive technological resource available throughout the organisation and its partners, with the high- quality level of support provided by the teams in the UK. The Clint and Montair combinations with new low GWP refrigerant options will provide the opportunity to meet specifications across a wide market.”

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