Celsius are at the forefront of providing low cost environmentally friendly solutions to cooling Pharmaceutical warehouses to allow MHRA (Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency) compliant conditions, typically between 8Co and 25Co.

data centre cooling

These conditions are maintained using EcoCooling to cool the warehouses and a variety of heating methods (gas fired, oil fired, electric, propane etc) to heat the warehouses in the cold winter months.

Please see the following Case History for a recent installation for Amethyst Group in Wellesbourne where we cooled, heated and temperature mapped a 9,000m2 warehouse area.

Temperature Mapping System

temperate measure unit for data centre cooling A requirement of the MHRA is that the warehouse must be fully temperature mapped, we can provide this for you as part of our total system approach.

The Celsius system comprises internal temperature sensors with integral batteries (last upto 2 years) and a receiver unit that constantly gets a feed of temperatures from around the warehouse (high and low level) using radio waves, so there is no field wiring. The temperatures are then shown on a screen on one of your computers allowing you to print off reports to demonstrate compliance.

The system can also be set up (by us) to provide alerts and emails if there should be an issue.
The system can also be accessed remotely off site by computer or smart phone so you can check the conditions where ever you are in the world.

Our Latest Jobs

Aberystwyth Council

Three years ago Celsius installed an EcoCooling Data centre cooling system for Aberystwyth Council at their Aberaron data centre, it worked that well delivering all the savings promised (over 80 tonnes of carbon per annum) as part of their carbon reduction program, therefore, when the cooling system in their main Data centre in their state of the art head office required a new back up system they approached us for our innovative solution.

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Go Outdoors

Celsius have recently installed evaporative cooling systems for 6 Go Outdoors stores that suffered from severe summer overheating problems, the first was at Taunton and as this was so successful the Oxford store soon followed. The Celsius EcoCooling evaporative cooling approach has now been established as the Go Outdoor’s chosen solution for all of their stores, it fits in perfectly with their low carbon approach.

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