At Friesa we are looking for the ideal comfort and environmental conditions for each premises. We take into account all the basic needs for the air conditioning of a bar etc.: exterior and interior conditions, ventilations needs, thermal loads, noise, vibration, pollution and energy saving.
For individuals as well as hotels, restaurants and bars, houses and supermarkets. The system closest to your needs or style at the price that you need, with all the best market brands.
At Friesa we use current ecological refrigerants that closely follow the R.D. 1027/2007, 20th July regulations on thermal installations in buildings. We calculate the thermal load of the premises to be air conditional using advanced IT programmes to obtain the power to be installed, as well as greater energy efficiency in order to satisfy the client’s needs.
All equipment is installed, set up, repaired and maintained by highly-qualified staff with permission to manage refrigerants according to current legislation.
Being a member of the Authorised Installers of Thermal Installations in Buildings with qualified, competent technicians, we undertake all the documents and planning necessary as well as presentation to the relevant public organizations or providers. If necessary, the product will be installed by our engineers, who bear the necessary documentation. We have maintenance programs designed to prolong the efficiency and life of the equipment we install.
We have a large range of types of air conditioning systems, using well-known brands so that our client can choose either a more economical or more prestigious option for their needs.
Here we will explain the most common types of installation:
COMMERCIAL AND/OR HOUSING AIR CONDITIONING:
• Wall split: ideal for small business or premises, this is the most economical solution, and is easy to install. At the moment these are the most common units, as they are relatively cheap and made up of an interior and exterior unit.
• Cassette: Similar to the wall splits, but more powerful – ideal for large rooms, they are usually installed using a false ceiling.
• Air duct: these units use the same technology and power as the splits but no part of the equipment can be seen, except the supply and extraction grates – ideal where the look is the most important thing. This allows for the air conditioning to be distributed according to the premises dimensions since ducts are used to transport the air wherever necessary with false ceilings.
• Roof-Top: these are compact units notable for their ease of installations given that they are a single unit, but require ducts to distribute the air.
HIGH CAPACITY AIR CONDITIONING FOR HOTELS OR HOUSING:
• VRV (Variable Refrigerant Volume): provides a flexible installation that incorporates various internal units with a single external unit. This type of installation usually requires a considerable initial investment, but they are more efficient and versatile, since they use the most modern technology available.
• Water coolers: a conventional solution for large premises with many areas to be air conditioned – water is cooled or heated according to the needs of the installation, and the pipes carry water, thus simplifying installation and the end units are the same as in the previous section.