Brexit Infrastructure Delivered by Tech RAC

Official Opening of T10 Dublin Port Facility

An Taoiseach, Micheál Martin, chose the unusual setting of Dublin Port for a media briefing in November 2020, where he discussed items such as Level 5 restrictions, Christmas travel plans, Vaccine rollouts and Brexit.

He was visiting Dublin Port to inspect the Brexit-related infrastructure in place and said that he observed “tremendous interagency cooperation” at the port. The main focus of this was Terminal 10 in Dublin Port, which has recently been upgraded with additional inspection rooms and cold storage facilities in preparation for Brexit.

Tech Refrigeration and Air Conditioning were selected to supply and install all the cold rooms and refrigeration plant for this project, working very closely with Office of Public Works and Designer Group.

'Brexit Ready' with the help of Tech Refrigeration

To date, on this project, Tech RAC have supplied and installed 51 specialist freezer, chilled and chilled inspection rooms across several locations including Dublin Port, Rosslare Port and Dublin Airport.
Careful and meticulous planning of the projects enabled us to successfully hand over each phase of the works on time and ensure was ready for Brexit.
Each phase was expertly co-ordinated and executed with our professional design and construction team. The programme of works was extremely tight and challenging but each milestone and deadline was met. It was a proud day for of our team to see the official opening of the largest phase at Terminal 10.
The project was not all ‘Refrigeration’ and ‘Rooms’ as we also supplied and installed Panasonic VRF and Split air conditioning systems across the sites. On one site we also enabled the hot water generation to be carried out by the VRF using the Panasonic S-125WM1E5A Hydrokit. The Hydrokit module provides hot water by using waste heat that is recovered from standard air-conditioning indoor units in cooling mode. The module was installed to provide the bulk hot water load for the showering facility for the drivers coming into the port.
Tech Refrigeration Ireland Case study Dublin Port Rooms

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