Industrial Air Conditioning

Create a cleaner working environment

Tailored Solutions for Your Site

MAC provide comfortable and high performing air conditioning and heating systems for industrial buildings throughout the UK, including factories, warehouses and agricultural buildings. Depending on your environment, we will recommend ideal solutions for different requirements. For example:

  • High roof lines.
  • Heat from machines.
  • Manufacturing floor space/ height needs.
  • Air quality issues.
  • Stable temperature control.
  • Varying ventilation rates.

All our air conditioning systems are designed on a site-by-site basis and therefore will be tailored to your working environment and specific requirements. Often we employ smaller size ducting and induction methods for industrial buildings to give greater flexibility of ductwork design. This is more useful during the installation process when trying to fit ductwork around fixed production machinery, moving equipment and staff operation areas.

Bring Fresh Air Into An Enclosed Workspace

Our systems can help you remove airborne chemicals, pollutants, toxins, smells, allergens, viruses and bacteria from the air within your industrial building, dramatically improving indoor air quality and helping to provide a cleaner and healthier working environment.

Planned Preventative Maintenance

We advise that you schedule regular maintenance for your air conditioning unit every 6 to 12 months. Our planned and preventative maintenance check-up keeps your system working efficiently and ensures that you continue to meet all legal requirements. It can be carried out away from valuable production areas, reducing disruption, costs and downtime. The frequency is determined by system, functions, usage and site location.

Design & Quotation

We consider all relevant factors to achieve your desired outcome for air conditioning installation. These include building design and use, occupant requirements and ductwork design.

Contact us today on 0121 730 4800 for your free, no-obligation quote.