What is it?
One of the most expensive costs in running your cellar is your cooler.
In simple terms, AirFlow, using ambient air from outside, will cut your energy costs by at least 50%, giving average electricity savings of £800 – £1,400 per year.
BBC weather forecasts indicate that for around 60% of the year outside temperature is 10ºC or less. The AirFlow system, with an outdoor probe sensing this temperature, brings in the ambient air from outside, maintaining the cellar temperature between 10ºC and 12ºC. Therefore, your cellar coolers thermostat, sensing the temperature is correct, simply keeps the main chiller switched off. However, it is important to note that the internal fans continue to run as normal using only 200 watts and not 3-5kw.
A general consensus between refrigeration engineers is that the condenser part of the cellar cooler system (the expensive part) will operate on average for around 10 hours per day.
Who's using it?
Greene King, with over 300 pubs already installed are continuing to roll out.
Marston’s with over 200 pubs installed and continuing to roll out.
Spirit with 100 pubs installed and now rolling out.
Whitbread: We are currently finishing the installation here of 350 sites.
Also installed in M&B, working men’s clubs and many independent pubs across the UK. To date we have over 1,000 installations, in both above ground and underground cellars with forward orders for a further 700 pubs.
Benefits of AirFlow
After rigorous trials many major groups, individual pubs, hotels and clubs are reaping the rewards from our AirFlow installation.
Airflow is guaranteed for 12 months.
Please complete our enquiry form below and we’ll call you back to discuss your requirements. The system can be purchased over three years, during which time the savings are around double the cost. A full yearly maintenance service if offered thereafter for £130.