Air Conditioning for the Public Sector

Affordable and energy efficient air conditioning

Infinity Energy Services are experts in installing climate control systems to meet the demanding requirements of public sector buildings. From schools, hospitals, and universities to government buildings, air conditioning allows you to both cool and heat your premises. It’s a flexible system that comes with many advantages, including:
  • Comfortable working environment for your staff, leading to higher productivity
  • High efficiency, resulting in lower cooling and heating costs
  • Improved air quality via the latest filtering technology
  • Constant, regulated air temperature throughout the year
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What are the benefits of air conditioning for public sector organisations?

There are many benefits of air conditioning in the public sector. Here are our Top 6 best reasons for getting air conditioners installed:

Improved Staff Productivity

  • Comfortable Environment: Air conditioning (AC) creates a comfortable working environment, controlling temperature and humidity, which can improve comfort and productivity.
  • Health: By filtering air and maintaining a clean environment, AC can contribute to the health and well-being of staff, potentially reducing sick days.
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Protects Equipment

  • Cooling Tech Devices: Air conditioning helps in keeping technological devices such as computers, servers, and machinery from overheating, thus prolonging their lifespan.

Enhanced Air Quality

  • Filtered Air: AC units filter air, removing pollutants and allergens, which contributes to a healthier indoor environment.
  • Regulated Humidity: Managing humidity levels helps in preventing mould growth and potential damage to the building and products.
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Organisation Image

  • Professional Image: A well-maintained temperature in a public environment reflects a professional image and shows that the organisation cares about its staff and the public.

Energy Management

  • Efficient Models: Modern AC units are energy-efficient and can be a smart investment for managing energy usage in large facilities.
  • Zone Control: Air conditioner systems allow you to implement zoning, where different areas can be cooled to different extents, optimising energy use.
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Operational Consistency

  • Predictable Environment: Maintaining a consistent internal environment helps organisations to plan and operate without being heavily influenced by external weather conditions.

Why choose Infinity Energy Services?

Founded 12 years ago, we have been helping the public sector save money and manage their heating and cooling more effectively ever since.

Infinity Energy Services
  • Multi-award-winning company
  • We employ all our own engineers – no sub-contractors
  • We offer a turn-key service, from start to finish, plus after-care
  • Strong environmental credentials
  • Excellent references – ask to speak to previous clients


Air conditioning technology

We understand that public sector environments are pressured to reduce energy costs and increase sustainability and efficiency. Working out the right AC technology for your organisation is complex. You can rely on our in-house team of experts to design a solution that will meet your needs precisely.

Here is a quick summary of the main technologies available:

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Central Air Conditioning Systems

  • Description: Central air conditioning systems circulate cool air through a system of supply and return ducts, providing uniform cooling throughout the building.
  • Typically used: In large establishments, offices, and retail spaces.
  • Benefits: Uniform cooling, energy-efficient for large spaces, and centralised control.
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Ductless Mini-Split Systems

  • Description: These AC units are suitable for cooling individual rooms or zones without using ductwork.
  • Typically used: In small offices, shops, and buildings with isolated spaces requiring independent temperature control.
  • Benefits: Energy-efficient, easy to install, and allows for zoned cooling and heating.
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Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) or Variable Refrigerant Volume (VRV) Systems

  • Description: VRF/VRV systems manage the flow of refrigerant to multiple evaporators (indoor units) with different capacities and configurations.
  • Typically used: In medium to large-sized organisations, hotels, and retail complexes.
  • Benefits: Energy-efficient, flexibility in control, and capable of providing simultaneous heating and cooling in different zones.

Packaged Terminal Air Conditioners (PTAC)

  • Description: PTAC units are self-contained systems typically installed through a wall, heating or cooling individual rooms.
  • Typically used: In hotels and small offices.
  • Benefits: Independent control per unit, easy maintenance, and does not require ductwork.
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Rooftop Units (RTUs)

  • Description: RTUs are installed on the roof and use ductwork to distribute conditioned air throughout the space.
  • Typically used: In retail spaces, restaurants, and medium to large offices.
  • Benefits: Space-saving, easy to service, and capable of heating and cooling.

Chilled Beam Systems

  • Description: Utilize convection and can be active (using air supply) or passive (relying on natural convection) to cool spaces.
  • Typically used: In buildings and offices where low humidity is desired.
  • Benefits: Energy-efficient, reduced fan energy usage, and quiet operation.
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Geothermal Cooling Systems

  • Description: Leverage stable ground temperatures for cooling through a network of pipes buried underground, transferring heat between the building and the ground.
  • Typically used: In public sector entities focused on utilising sustainable and energy-efficient technologies.
  • Benefits: Highly energy-efficient, sustainable, and low operating costs.
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Evaporative Coolers (Swamp Coolers)

  • Description: Use the process of evaporation to cool air, being effective in dry climates.
  • Typically used: In organistions located in regions with low humidity.
  • Benefits: Energy-efficient, cost-effective, and utilises a natural cooling process.

Thermal Energy Storage Systems

  • Description: Store cooling energy for later use (e.g., using ice or chilled water), allowing for cooling loads to be shifted.
  • Typically used: In larger buildings and facilities where energy demand management is critical.
  • Benefits: Reduces peak energy demand, potentially lower energy costs, and enhances energy management capabilities.
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