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McVeigh Air Conditioning: Creating the perfect factory environment

Whether you're manufacturing goods, or shipping product out of your warehouse, you need your operations to work and continue working.

Critically, in many industrial environments, it is not only important to have the right air conditioning systems to control temperature,  you also need to control humidity and keep the air clean.

Control  your most demanding environments

Factory processes, such as glass, steel and textile manufacture can result in a "dirty atmosphere", which can be detrimental to workers and the product in manufacture. An effective and reliable factory air filtration system is therefore needed to remove particles, such as dust, lint and manufacturing residue from the air.

Keep your people and machinery productively cool

Controlling and negating the effects of heat generation is just as critical, particularly the electronics industry. Machinery can generate significant heat and if machines over-heat, they can stop working. Air conditioning helps machinery to operate at optimum levels by controlling the external temperature.

In addition, the atmosphere and heat in your building can make a significant impact on productivity levels - for both your workers and machinery.

Systems and Services for Industry

McVeigh Technical Solutions design, install and maintain air conditioning systems for the unique needs of manufacturing and industrial premises. We understand the critical nature of your manufacturing and industrial environment. Particularly, the manufacturer of consumer products where consumer health and safety issues and hygiene is paramount.

And, we understand the critical importance of providing a safe and comfortable environment for your people to work in.

Design: for the life of the system

Because each industrial installation is different in terms of usage and size, the planning and design element is vitally important. We offer a bespoke design service, to ensure the installation and future maintenance meets your exact requirements. Not only to meet functional needs, but to ensure a lower total cost of ownership.

Install: with professional efficiency

You can rely on our specialist team of engineers to install the air conditioning system quickly and efficiently. Highly experienced in new build installations where we need to work with contractors, architects and other trades.

And, expert at retrofit projects, where you need to remove and replace kit in an existing building.

Maintain: to ensure long and reliable service

We look after the life of your installation, ensuring it continues to provide good service and is reliable. And if we notice there is something you can do to improve the efficiency or operation, we will let you know.

We not only maintain our own installed equipment, but are also maintain third party heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems.

Why McVeigh is different:

  • Provide high quality air conditioning systems
  • Design systems for industrial environments
  • Focus on planning to ensure optimum efficiency
  • Advise on best solution to meet needs of industrial environment
  • Work with prime contractor, designer and other trades
  • Project manage installation to meet tight deadlines
  • Up to speed on the latest legislation, regulations and requirements
  • Work around your schedules to maintain equipment
  • You get a dedicated team and contact
  • Exceptional value for money
  • You can pick up the phone and talk to the MD
  • You receive a personalised service

Who we work with

Whether an industrial building or function - a small warehouse doing dispatch operations to a large processing plants and food manufacturing - we can look after your unique needs.

Air conditioning is critical to industrial environments, not only for the comfort of your workers, but to ensure your machinery continues to operate at optimum levels.

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