Company helps music college to go green

LEIGH based HVAC experts, Cosaf, have won a competitive contract at the renowned Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester.

With a firm focus on green policy, the college has enlisted Cosaf to help maintain an eco-friendly environment with the replacement of the boiler and air conditioning systems.

The college also tasked Cosaf with the sensitive job of handling the R22 replacement to comply with the 2015 legislation deadline. This involved replacing old R22 air conditioning systems on site with new Daikin systems.

A leader in energy saving technology, Cosaf have equipped the new suite with a state-of-the-art Daikin ‘Intelligent “I” Controller’ to allow for the remote operation and monitoring of all air conditioning equipment from one office.

The team at Cosaf has also designed and installed two new condensing boilers; managing and modifying the entire additional pipe and wiring work.

Cosaf faced intense competition with a strict deadline for completion.

Dean Griffiths, Estates Services Manager at the Royal Northern College of Music, said: “We have been working with Cosaf on various projects for over three years now and have been continually impressed by the attitude, performance and value of their service.