AirconMech is proud to provide process engineering solutions to some of the largest companies in Europe. We have extensive experience in the food and pharmaceutical sector where extreme conditions are experienced, requiring a high-end technical result to ensure products are continuously produced to specification. We deliver on this unique capability to acid, chemical, water, steam and varying process pipework applications for multinational clients.
An example of our process engineering includes:
- Stainless Steel process pipework and equipment installation
- Stainless Steel or Carbon Steel installations
- Steam Services (Including flow meters, steam P.R.V.’s,
- Heat exchangers, steam strainers, steam air vents, steam traps & valves)
- Chilled Water (Including balancing valve data, gate valve data, ball valve data, strainer data, butterfly valve data and flow switch detail)
- Closed Loop Systems
- Orbital Welding for high-pressure air, gas & steam requirements
- Reactors, boilers, chillers, hot taps etc.
CASE STUDY: Danone Nutricia Expansion
AirconMech was pleased to announce the securing of the mechanical services contract for a new 50 million expansion of a Danone Nutricia Babyfood manufacturing plant in Cork, Ireland. The French food manufacturer’s investment represents the largest investment the group has made in the baby nutrition division globally. The company’s extensive portfolio includes many internationally recognised household names including Activia, Actimel and Evian.
Two Danone plants based in Ireland, are responsible for manufacturing baby food with AirconMech a preferred mechanical contractor. To date, AirconMech has completed many works within the plant including stainless steel ducting, steam works and chilled water services. The latest expansion in Ireland will treble current output of the plant to 100,000 tonnes of infant milk formula, becoming the largest single-site producer in Europe. The scope of works for which AirconMech have been contracted includes an office fit out, the supply and installation of stainless steel ducting, stainless steel process pipework and chilled, steam and process water installations. The project is estimated to last six months with completion in March/April 2012.