Production Hall Cooling

As the summers are getting warmer, the hall temperatures are rising in the summer as well. Learn about energy efficient production hall cooling solutions to increase the productivity and wellbeing!

Temperature in the production halls is essential for the wellbeing and productivity of the personnel, but it can also be important for the manufacturing process. With modern cooling solutions, the cooling of production halls is more energy efficient than ever.

 Whether for the people or for the critical process, we have the production hall cooling solutions for you.

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Natural Cooling

Previously the production hall cooling was done with constantly running mechanical cooling, which is too energy consuming environmentally and economically. But with natural cooling you can cool the halls very environmentally friendly, economically and achieve 100% heat recovery. Natural cooling utilizes fresh water as the cooling source. No chillers, no problems with noise or refrigerants!
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Humidity controlling

Too humid or too dry in the hall? We have the solutions! With our experience in cleanrooms and laboratories, we are ready to assist you in your special needs in your hall!
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Heat Recovery

If you want to heat your premises energy efficiently, the best way is to utilize the heat sources that are already there! Either after heated up with heat pumps or direct use, the warm water can be used to save in energy costs elsewhere.
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Absorbtion Cooling

Use your waste heat for cooling! Absorption cooling is a type of cooling system that uses heat energy, rather than electricity, to drive the cooling process. It works by using a refrigerant (usually water) and an absorbent material (typically lithium bromide) to create a cycle of evaporation and condensation that removes heat from the air. The process requires a heat source to drive the evaporation, which can come from various sources such as waste heat, solar energy, or biomass.


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