Special projects featuring Eurothermal's exceptional solutions and chiller installations
Four Seasons Hotel, Sydney
Space is not a problem
Four Seasons Hotel is a luxurious 5-star hotel located in Sydney CBD right next to Circular Quay. In 2017, the hotel refurbished its water chiller plant requiring a cooling capacity of 1.8 MW.
To be installed on the 35th floor, the lift’s dimension and weight capacity challenged the capabilities of our machines. Although the use of crane could be a solution, this would incur additional costs and disruptions for the hotel. Instead, we chose to develop a customised ultra-compact chiller meeting beyond the efficiency target.
Repatriation Centre, Hobart
The Repatriation Centre is a central location for rehabilitation and community services in Hobart, Tasmania. For many years, they have been heavily dependent on gas-operated boilers that supply hot water to the entire building. However, with gas prices increasing sharply in the recent years, the centre has decided to replace their gas-operated boilers and air conditioning system with more cost-effective electrically powered machines.
Our company offers multifunctional 4-pipe air-cooled chillers that can simultaneously and independently produce cold and hot water and a heat pump that further increases the hot water temperature for domestic usage.
South Western Sydney Local Health District
The HFO revolution
With the phase-down of the HFC refrigerants and the ecological appeal after years damaging the ecosystem in different ways, it became essential to find solutions for air condition systems with high efficiency and ecological footprint.
The management team at South Western Sydney Health District led by Ashwin Singh, the District Engineer, was faced with the task of replacing ageing central cooling plant equipment at 4 hospitals in their region. The chillers were well and truly at the end of life stage.
St. Luke's Hospital, Sydney
Flexibility is the key
St. Luke’s Hospital, located in Potts Point NSW, is a private hospital built by St. Luke’s Care, a non-profit independent health care organisation serving the community for just over a hundred years. The hospital offers surgical ward, inpatient rehabilitation ward, as well as paediatric services to children.
To continue providing premium services to the community, one of their projects was the upgrade of their water cooling and heating system. The access to their main plant room was through a small removable louvre from the façade. The hospital facility had no room for any major structural modifications.