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ATEX specialist extends range

19 October 2011

HVAC & Refrigeration Engineering, based in Aberdeen, UK, has launched a fully DNV and ATEX certified pressurisation and air conditioning packaged unit within its Hazcool branded range.

It is specially designed to operate in extreme and harsh petrochemical environments where temperatures from -40°C to +60°C can be experienced.
The unit adds to the range of standard environmental control products that are in operation worldwide on drilling rigs, FPSOs, fixed installations and petrochemical plants.
Fully certified to meet ATEX regulations, the Hazcool range includes package chillers, air handling units, split systems, condensing units, through the wall units and refrigeration and chill packages. The standard Hazcool range covers a breadth of applications, from analyser houses, workshop modules, crane cabins and mud logging/MWD cabins, through to SCR and transformer rooms and complete accommodation blocks.
Products Director, Shaun Struthers, comments: “The range of Hazcool products has been driven by customer demand for ‘off the shelf’ design solutions in what is a very specialist area of supply. We have worked with clients over the past three years to understand their common requirements and the latest product is a direct response to specific clients’ need for units which can be easily and safely transported between assets and installed with a minimum amount of operator intervention.
“Also of particular interest to clients is our Environmental Test Chamber, which enables extensive testing to be carried out across a range of simulated conditions akin to those experienced in the extreme environments that the units operate in. This provides clients’ with the comfort and reassurance that prior to arrival at site the equipment has been fully tested and commissioned.”


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