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A property development company working on behalf of Bryce & Wood Ltd of Blyth near Newcastle approached Harry Taylor to provide a heating solution for a new building, 1,500 sqm and 8.5m high. The structure was to be used to store archived data and required a minimum internal temperature requirement of 10 degrees Celsius when -5 degrees Celsius outside.
The Dhamecha Group is one of the UK's largest independent cash and carry wholesalers with a core of ten depots around London and the Midlands. Harry Taylor was first asked to redesign the heating system at their premises in Barking. Harry Taylor utilised an existing radiant heating system and adapted it to suit the Barking depot layout. This solution worked so well for the Dhamecha Group, they have subsequently asked Harry Taylor to design new systems for their Croydon, Enfield, Hayes, Watford, Lewisham and now Leyton depots.
Mr Charles Creak of The Entertainer, one of the UK's largest independent toy retailers, approached Harry Taylor to solve a heating problem in their main distribution centre in Amersham. The premises had an existing warm air system installed, but it was performing poorly because the building and the storage racking within were absorbing the heat being produced by it. Harry Taylor decommissioned one of the cabinet heaters and installed a "herringbone" radiant system to combat this issue.
Simpac contacted Harry Taylor for a quotation for a heating system at their packaging company in Hull following concerns that their fuel bills were excessive. Harry Taylor specified and installed a radiant heating system that provided heat to specified work areas within their space. Simpac were delighted with the solution. It provided them with fuel savings of over 145,000 kW in a one-month period compared to their previous usage.
Tony Devereux of JJO PLC tasked Harry Taylor with supplying a heating system for a new production area for the company. JJO PLC is a manufacturer and suppliers of kitchens, bedrooms, and bathrooms. JJO PLC required a heating system suitable for protecting their product and making the space comfortable for their employees.
“ I was given the task of finding the best solution for heating a new production area for JJO. Of course it had to be cost effective, simple and efficient, our ISO 50001 accreditation demands it. It didn’t stop there of course we needed it fast with little disruption and no fuss. At JJO we like to shop local so when we came across Harry Taylor we could not have been happier that we could find all this just around the corner. Before we knew it Paul had been in formulated the plan and it was in, done and dusted. What we have now is a small efficient system which is very easy to use, it’s great when you get what you asked for. ”
- Tony Devereux - JJO PLC
Alan Sutton of Oxted Colour Printers approached Harry Taylor to replace an old oil fired suspended warm air heater in their premises.
“ We just wanted to say what a fantastic job your Engineers did over the last couple of days. They could not have been more helpful, they were tidy and neat and made an excellent job. ”
- Alan Sutton - Oxted Colour Printers
When Clive Bew of Adidas Salomon Taylormade was given the task of moving the warehousing and bespoke golf club production of the company to a new 23,000 sq ft warehouse, he searched for suitable company to provide a heating solution and found Harry Taylor.
GKN Aerospace Ltd of Luton Bedfordshire had a centralised steam boiler system which was nearing the end of its life. This system consisted of four steam boilers. Our project was to produce a new decentralised heating system for the factory allowing individual control of the many distinct areas within the factory.
“ We are very pleased with the warm air heating solution that we provided for GKN Aerospace. The installed system is both cost effective and energy efficient. ”
- James Howard - Harry Taylor
Pillars Brewery in Walthamstow is “The Home of Lager”. As London’s first craft lager brewery and situated in East London, it also has a tap room open every Friday and Saturday evening. The Tap room adjoins the stills where their beer is brewed and so heating it was never going to be simple.
“ Please pass my thanks on to the team, they've done a wonderful job. ”
- Omar Razaq - Pillars Brewery
Spandex is one of the world's leading trade suppliers to the sign making and display industries. Spandex needed a cooling solution for their storage area for opaque vinyl materials fused in sign making. Like many warehouses in the UK, they were suffering the effects of heat and as can often be the case, their products needed to be stored at temperatures below ambient.
McKenzie Clark, a large format digital printers, decided to move from their long-established premises to a modern purpose-built building next door. This move would allow them to house all their different departments in under one roof. Heating and cooling were required for the whole premises. McKenzie Clark has a number of multinational customers who increasingly require their suppliers to prove their environmental credentials. It was therefore extremely important for the Directors of McKenzie Clark to use energy efficient heating and cooling solutions in their new premises.