Replacing Heating System Pipework
This particular project for Hatcher Components planned to replace the old rusty oil pipework. The pipework supplied the two floor standing heaters in the workshop. Installing new copper oil pipe work to the outdoor burner with housing for the new paint spray booth production line was one aspect. This worked alongside the existing heating system where we had replaced the tired and rusty pipework.
We advised the customer that in order to get the maximum heat input to the new production line we need to replace the old rusty pipe work. We needed to replace this to the existing heating system. The was important as the heating system needed to be efficient. This efficiency is essential as it is an integral part of the overall production line scheme.
To replace and install new pipework for a heating system of this nature in the cold winter months is certainly a task in itself. This involved making room by taking down the restrictive foliage along the route of the pipe line. Not an enviable task given the temperatures, but absolutely necessary for completing a high quality and professional job. And to ensure the overall success of replacing and installing the new system.
A First-Class Service
Thermalair were able to replace the heating system. And to deliver a first-class service from start to finish. We achieved this in terms of meeting deadlines and coinciding with the start date of the production line. We also achieved this within the allocated budget for the project. Our client was extremely happy with the value for money they received on the overall project.
Replacing a heating system, where old pipework is not a simple challenge. To recap on this extensive project, we would suggest… ‘A prompt site visit, expert recommendations from our skilled engineers, a competitive detailed quotation, a professional and successful installation, all conducted within a tight time frame – and of course, a very happy client!’