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Case Study of Air conditioning Heat-pump installation at Impulse Audio Music Studio air conditioning (21/10/10)


Installation of Music Studio air conditioning heat-pumps:

Orion air conditioning & refrigeration ltd were kindly asked to install of a air conditioning heat-pump heating system for the Impulse Audio, Millennium Studios, Thurleigh, Bedfordshire, United Kingdom. The Music Studio recording area is around 11 meters/Squared of area that no cooling facility  installed at the state of the art recording facility.


What air conditioning heat-pumps were installed in the Music Studio:

1 x LG Air Conditioning UV30-NEC Ceiling / Floor Heat Pump (8.2 Kw / 30000 Btu) Inverter Air Conditioning heat pump units which provided enough heat for the music studio. Because the music studio air conditioning was only required to heat we slightly undersized the unit due to heat loads associated in the music recording area . These units have a COP (3.64 initial input) which means that every 1000w of electrical energy going in produces 3650 watts of heat. For more information on heat-pump inverters please here.


Background of the Impulse Audio Music Studio Air Conditioning heat-pumps:

The Impulse Audio music studio has over 15 years of experience providing the highest standards of service to the event industry. Whether your event is a private party for 50 people, or an arena event for 5000, Impulse has the experience and resources to support your event to the very highest standards. Impulse prides itself in finding innovative solutions to technical requirements, providing you with new and exciting lighting and sound solutions. We carefully balance our resources against our requirements. This keeps our costs much lower making us very competitive. Ask us for a quotation, you may be very impressed! The LG heat-pump air conditioning systems provided a great value way of heating within a short space of time and with little cost and also reduces CO2 emissions.


Impulse Audio air conditioning Heat-pump efficiency and CO2 emissions:

This Music Studio air conditioning heat-pump systems,  took around 10 minutes to heat fully but once warm the outdoor heat-pump inverter units slowed down because the temperature  had been reached therefore just pumping small amounts of heat in to maintain heat. The 10msq area was consuming 2 Amps/phase on 1phase 240V supply. This works out to be around 0.08 GBP/hour.


Heat-pump installation criteria:

This Music Studio air conditioning heat-pump installation was undertaken by lead engineer Sean Handley with assistance from installation engineer Craig Fogarty.  All pipe and services were installed on the outside of the building on standard wall clips. The music studio air conditioning  units have a life span of around 15 to 25 years depending on their use.  Installation time 1 day.


Music studio air conditioning installation at Impulse Audio UK


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