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.
With the weather getting hotter, and staying that way for longer, people’s minds are turning to air conditioning to keep cool. While many will automatically reach for exhaust tube air conditioners as the type of air conditioning they know and love there are other options out there. One of them comes in the form of […]
When things start to get cold in aircraft hangers there is normally a lot of space to heat up! With winter on the way All Seasons Hire has been busy helping to prepare for cold snaps at one of the UK’s largest military air bases. Indirect Heating has been installed together with Portable fully bunded […]
The Principle of Air conditioning is to absorbenergy in one place and release it in another place. The process requires an indoor unit, an outdoor unit and copper piping to connect both. Through the piping the refrigerant gases flow from the indoor unit to the outdoor unit. The refrigerant gas absorbs the energy in one unit and releases […]
Traditionally, evaporative cooler pads consist of excelsior (wood wool) (aspen wood fiber) inside a containment net, but more modern materials, such as some plastics and melamin paper, are entering use as cooler-pad media. Wood absorbs some of the water, which allows the wood fibers to cool passing air to a lower temperature than some synthetic […]