Transtherm’s experience in cooling and heat recovery for electrolyser systems, coupled with a unique ability to manufacture both coolers and pump sets, removes a significant amount of time and risk from your bid/specification process.
Save up to 75% parasitic loads with ErP compliant variable speed EC fans
Transtherm have worked with expert acousticians to offer clear and concise data
Minimise design, installation &
Multiple construction materials available to mitigate fluid or atmospheric corrosion
Re-use electrolyser waste heat to improve your system efficiency
Compatible for communication around the world with standard WiFi or optional 3G controls
As EC fans are variable speed, there are large reductions in noise emissions with even a modest reduction in speed; and no issues with fan starting noise as they have a soft start.
Using the integrated speed control electronics, EC fans can modulate their speed down to as low as 4%, allowing extremely fine control to the required fluid temperature set point.
Chelsea and Westminster Hospital
Transtherm were approached to provide 3 x large Adiabatic Coolers (1 x 768kW, 1 x 960kW, 1 x 1,152kW) to dissipate the heat from an absorption chiller circuit that is fired from the waste heat of a CHP (Combined Heat and Power) system.
Oxford Brookes University
470kW and 359kW Transtherm Adiabatic Coolers were supplied to dissipate condenser water heat from Absorption Chillers. Due to the hardness of the local water supply, the coolers were all supplied with Transtherm’s air inlet filters.
Toyota - Deeside, North Wales
2 x 2MW Transtherm Adiabatic V-Coolers were used to replace a large cooling towers. By using Transtherm adiabatic Coolers, the end user was able to eliminate ongoing chemical treatment and save huge amounts of water and energy.
Transtherm’s adiabatic technology is an efficient, reliable and high-quality solution for directly cooling data centres in which the server temperature parameters allow for the eradication of compressor or refrigerant based technologies.
Their designs are based on real time weather data for the installation site and their knowledgeable team of mechanical engineers can quantify any specification decision with independent research and testing results for complete peace of mind.
Completing a build of such scale and complexity within just 16 weeks requires suppliers to adjust the design and build of their products in accordance to the build schedule and deliver them just in time for installation to prevent costly delays to NGD and our local contracting firms. The solution provided by Stulz and Transtherm is a great example of how data centres can work with trusted, reliable and dedicated supply chain partners..
We were ultimately thrilled with the decision to upgrade to a new ambient-only cooling system, rather than simply switch the old chillers for a like-for-like replacement; something which we didn’t think was achievable within our original budget.
Commissioned during one of the hottest UK summers on record, the new system has already demonstrated its performance credentials and we are delighted with the results.
As a contractor, your customer’s problems are your problems, so it is vital to have innovative and consultative supply partners that you trust to solve even the most complex challenges. When it comes to cooling, Transtherm is at the top of the list.
With a dramatic increase in digestion capacity and therefore gas production, the CHP system was working harder than ever before. With the CHP plant working harder, the original coolers were running at higher fan speeds for prolonged periods in order to manage the increased heat dissipation requirement.
It was clear the current cooler specification simply wasn’t able to maintain the engine and intercooler temperatures required for optimum engine performance. This was the point we turned to Transtherm.
Working with Transtherm and the team of engineers from Geoffrey Robinson, we were able to clarify a number of sensible operating conditions in accordance to ARUP’s requirements...
In a project like this one, the keys to success are undoubtedly collaboration and communication up and down the supply chain, ensuring that any changes to the specification are quickly and efficiently implemented.
By working with Transtherm, we have been able to dramatically reduce both the initial capital expenditure and future operating expenditure. The solution is also far more energy-efficient than alternative systems too, delivering considerable savings in electricity and huge reductions in water consumption over comparable adiabatic air-cooling systems. With sustainability key to the successful delivery of the project, the Transtherm system ticks all of the boxes.
Our cooling solutions for data centre have been recognised by the DCS Awards panel and we are proud winners of the 'Data Centre Cooling Innovation of the Year' Award.