Thermoplant – Your Questions Answered

Thermoplant – Your Questions Answered

Who are Thermoplant?

Thermoplant are a private company based in Hull who began trading in 1995. Directors of Wozair, Simon Collins and Paul Azzopardi now join Tony Williams and Kevin Atkinson as Directors of Thermoplant after acquiring majority shares in July 2019. Thermoplant will continue to operate from their existing premises.

What do they do?

Thermoplant are specialists in the Design and Manufacture of high quality Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning/Refrigeration Systems for the Onshore and Offshore Petrochemical Industries including other similar industries such as Naval and Military. Other services include installation, maintenance and commissioning including replacement parts and offering a 24 hour call out service to their clients.

What products do they specialise in?

Thermoplant products include a standard range of industrial air conditioning equipment, as well as ATEX certified pressurisation and ventilation fans. They offer complete ATEX certified HVAC/Refrigeration systems including Chilled Water and DX systems including general industrial safe area HVAC systems for all applications.

Who have they worked with previously?

Previous clients include Ferguson Modular (2000 – present), Labtech Services (1996 – 2005), OEG Offshore (1996 – 2015), HB Rentals (1996 – present), Hobre Instruments (1998 – present), ABB Analytical (1997 – present), Thyson Technology (2000 – present), Cullum Detuners (1998 – present), Servomex (1996 – present) and Mech-Tool Engineering Limited (1998 – present).

What will they bring to the Wozair Group?

Thermoplant’s areas of expertise include refrigeration equipment, control panels and more compact type packaged units, whereas Wozair specialise in air management, dampers and intake equipment. Together the companies will provide an unparalleled level of supply and service to customers in the HVAC market with both companies benefiting from the synergies that will create growth, security and cooperation.


August 2019

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