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CASE STUDIES

Tan Hung General Hospital – Vietnam

Operating Theatres


Equipment: 15x MCU+200 & 8x MCU+180

Specified to: ATA Medical

Date Specified: June 2014


A joint project with France based distributor ATA Medical saw Marstair specifying air conditioning equipment for 23 operating theatres in Vietnam’s largest city of Ho Chí Minh City. We were tasked with supplying condensing units to help maintain the range of 18-24°C in the operating theatres ensuring both surgeon and patient were comfortable.


Via ATA, we supplied 23 condensing units, all to be externally mounted on the building several stories above the ground. The condensing units are still fully functional serving as a testament to our equipment’s robustness in high humidity and high ambient environments.

Ten Trinity Square

Wine storage


Equipment: CO2 Cassettes

Specified to: Green Cooling

Date Specified: May 2017


With environmental impact, efficiency and longevity in mind, Green Cooling approached Marstair in order to select suitable CO2 fan coils for use within the Ten Trinity Square project. The application was to provide wine storage at 12°C from a centralised CO2 refrigeration system.


Selecting from our range of CO2 evaporators we assisted in providing a number of CO2 cassettes to ensure the complete cooling of both the room and its contents. Our CO2 cassettes allowed for discreet operation and were compatible with the CO2 refrigeration system already specified for use within this high profile project.

Henry Moore Foundation

Archive Room Close Control


Equipment: CD3 010 & CD3 020 CW Configurable units

Specified to: Heronhill

Date Specified: February 2015


The Henry Moore foundation Archives present a unique challenge to the arena that is close control. Consisting of a range of spaces each with unique requirements, the Henry Moore Foundation preserves everything from original drawings to film negatives.


The most demanding room was the Negative Cold store archive requiring a maintained temperature of 7°C with low humidity fluctuations, not a problem for the versatile CD3. We supplied a combination of both DX and Chilled Water CD3 close control units ensuring tight tolerances in both temperature and relative humidity.