City of Hull Brass Band

City of Hull Band - formerly known as EYMS Band

City of Hull Brass Band commissioned Torr Engineering to help solve their erratic room temperature problems at their brass band rehearsal studio in Barton-Upon-Humber.

City of Hull Brass Band Our local 2019 North of England Championship winning brass band, formerly known as the EYMS Brass Band, regularly practice for numerous performances & nationwide competitions at their fantastic rehearsal venue in Barton-Upon-Humber, Just beneath the famous Humber Bridge.

The Humber Bridge connecting Barton-Upon-Humber to Hull

Their large & well equipped rehearsal facilities were just being let down by erratic temperature fluctuations, becoming far too hot and uncomfortable in the height of summer and finger numbingly chilly in the depths of a cold winter.

Like everything else of recent, the regular regime of the band has been severely disrupted by the Covid-19 restrictions. Lockdown has lead to cancelled performances, cancelled competitions and of course cancelled rehearsals.

City of Hull Brass Band rehearsal room in Barton-Upon-Humber

It’s not all bad news though. An empty brass band rehearsal room and a government grant to help with ongoing finances during the Covid-19 social distancing regulations has given the band the opportunity to get much needed air conditioning installed in their rehearsal studio.

Our equipment of choice was the Mitsubishi Heavy Industries range.
With class leading efficiencies, warranties & stylish good looks, these air conditioning systems provide both cooling & heating and come with a host of user friendly features.

City of Hull Brass Band rehearsal room in Barton-Upon-Humber, installaing a Mitsubishi Heavy Industries air conditioning system

With the addition of a WiFi module, Mitsubishi air conditioning can be controlled from a simple smartphone app. This allows full control of the air conditioning system from anywhere in the world.

The pipework, cabling & drainage ran out of sight around the rear of the band room to the condensing unit outside.

City of Hull Brass Band rehearsal room in Barton-Upon-Humber, rear of the air conditioning system showing the condensate tank pump

The system was installed in 1 day and commissioned the next day.

City of Hull Brass Band air conditioning outdoor condenser unit

The completed air conditioning blends in seamlessly with the existing decor and has already got the room temperature down to a pleasant 21°C while it’s a scorching 30°C outside.

More information on the City of Hull Band can be found on their Website, or why not take a look at their Facebook page.

For more information on Brass Band Room air conditioning & ventilation, you can can contact us at Torr Engineering for free advice or a no obligation quote through our contact page.