McQuay003UK: The London Transport Museum provided an historic setting for the launch of  McQuay’s advanced air-cooled ATS chiller.

Over 100 customers attended the event with a mix of clients including contractors, consultants and end users. Attendees enjoyed drinks and canapés and a presentation featuring the latest inverter screw technology, given by Luca Paolella, vice president for engineering and R&D, McQuay Italia.

The advanced technology of the single screw compressor with built-in inverter and variable volume ratio, which maximises performance at both part and full loads, is said to  produce outstanding energy efficiencies .

Not holding back, Jim Henley, chiller manager at McQuay UK Ltd said: “It’s the best product in its category and will outperform any existing competitors in the marketplace. ATS chillers have lower running costs and use up to 50% less energy than traditional non-inverter chillers. This results in an exceptionally good return on investment and outstanding savings for our customers.”

McQuay launch event at the London Transpport Museum

The McQuay team, led by, front and centre, Jim Henley (grey suit) and Luca Paolella

McQuay launch event at the London Transpport Museum

A mix of new and old: Guests gather at the iconic London Transport Museum

 

McQuay launch event at the London Transpport Museum

“Somebody put the handbrake on! I can’t hold this forever.”

McQuay launch event at the London Transpport Museum

A bird’s-eye view of Jim Henley describing the advantages of the built-in inverter

 

McQuay launch event at the London Transpport Museum

“When someone said they wanted high efficiency coils, we said we’d look into it”

McQuay launch event at the London Transpport MuseumMcQuay launch event at the London Transpport Museum

 

 

 

McQuay launch event at the London Transpport Museum