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August 31, 2010

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Air conditioning – Breezair

The University of Bolton has employed HVAC firm Cosaf to install its Breezair system across several of its classrooms.
 
The Breezair unit is claimed to be 80-per-cent more resourceful than standard air-conditioning units operating on 100-per-cent fresh air, with increased concentration levels making a real difference to indoor air quality.
 
Cosaf says the system consumes little water and produces very low carbon emissions, and has no refrigerant compressor.
 
Professor Peter Marsh, deputy vice-chancellor at the University of Bolton, said: “Already staff and students are noticing its impact on the room temperatures where the system is operating.”
 
For a free survey of your building-environment needs, contact Cosaf on 01942 680080, or visit www.cosaf.co.uk

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