Mach-Aire is pleased to announce that they have been awarded a major servicing contract by the University of Bristol.
Following a review of their energy consumption, the University of Bristol made a decision to tender for a contractor to re-commission all their fume cupboards through out the estate to reduce energy use, whilst maintaining operator protection.
Mach-Aire has been appointed by the University of Bristol to re-commission 485 fume cupboards across the entire University estate. The twelve month contract will see Mach-Aire Service Engineers carrying out a program of containment tests and remedial works to safely reduce the face velocity of each fume cupboard where possible, in line with the University’s desire to improve their environmental performance.
Roy Allwood, Managing Director, of Mach-Aire, said “We are pleased to have the opportunity to work with the University of Bristol to help them find a solution which allows them to successfully achieve their goals to drive down energy consumption across the University and, importantly, ensure the safety of the students and staff using their fume cupboards.”