W Tombling Ltd - activair
 about W Tombling Ltd - activair How to contact us Please send me a quotation sign up for our free activair newsletter


Site homepage
Cooling index
Fan index
Spot cooler index
Evaporative cooler index
Effects of high temperatures in the workplace
Cooling your workplace
Frequently asked questions

Search this site:

Using : 
All Words 
Any Words

W. Tombling Ltd.

Wembley House
Dozens Bank
West Pinchbeck
PE11 3ND

+44 (0) 1775 640 049

+44 (0) 1775 640 050


Activair fans, air conditioning and evaporative coolers for industryindustrial cooling homepage --------------

You are here:- site homepage > cooling index

Cooling homepage

Activair portable and fixed fans

Activair portable and fixed fans are used to remove hot air, supply cooler outdoor air, and create air movement inside commercial buildings, helping to create comfortable working conditions.

Activair portable, roof and industrial axial fans

Activair evaporative coolers

Evaporative cooling is the most cost effective way to cool factories, workshops and warehouses. Evaporative coolers are less expensive than equivalent air conditioners and cost up to 75% less to run.

Portable evaporative air coolers are versatile units that are designed to be wheeled into place and plugged in for immediate cooling.

Evaporative cooling fans combine powerful cooling with low purchase costs, they are used outdoors, in loading bays, at sporting events, and in glasshouses and packing sheds, etc.

portable evaporative coolers and fans

Activair spot coolers

Air conditioning an entire building when cool air is required only in isolated areas is expensive and inefficient. Spot cooling is a cost effective and efficient way to reduce the temperature in problem areas.

Spot coolers focus cold air exactly where required, cooling overheating machinery, manufacturing processes, finished products or workers

portable and industrial spot coolers

The effects of high temperatures

High temperatures in the workplace reduce productivity, and increase absenteeism and mistakes. In a study performed by ASHVE (American Society of Heating and Ventilating engineers) it was proven that a typical manufacturing plant loses 1% efficiency per man-hour for every degree the temperature rises above 80F (27C). Extremely high temperatures in the workplace can also lead to heat exhaustion, heat stroke and eventual collapse.


A quick guide to cooling your workplace

The type of cooling your workplace you will need depends on several factors. The severity of the problem, the physical characteristics of your building and your budget.


Frequently asked questions

Answers to the questions we are most frequently asked. Please take a moment, to check your question is not answered here before contacting us.

You are here:- site homepage > cooling index

If you found this page useful, please take a moment
to tell a friend or colleague about it.

Copyright 2004/6, W. Tombling Ltd.