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Industrial Air Conditioning Case Study

Humble Grape

Location: London
Client: Humble Grape
Duration: 3 Weeks
Cost: £20,000
Sector: Bar & Restaurant



A wine bar and shop selling wines directly from independent vineyards, Humble Grape opened its first wine bar and shop in Battersea in 2015 and just a year later came a second one – occupying a huge space on St Bride’s Passage, just off Fleet Street. Previously The Press House Wine Bar, once a famous drinking den for journalists, the Humble Grape is in the vaults of St Bride’s Church.

Celsius were engaged as part of the building refurbishment process to provide Mitsubishi split type air conditioning systems to maintain control temperature within the areas and refurbishment to existing ventilations systems to improve conditions .

Air conditioning systems are controlled via both local remote controllers and a centralised touch screen controller giving complete flexibility and control of operation.

Works included the installation of 1 off PEAD RP ducted system to serve the private dining rooms which are a popular feature of this establishment.

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