“During this year’s exhibition we will showcase innovative technologies proved to work in the harshest climates.” says Sarah Higgs, Sales Manager at Seeley International “We will have one working unit of Breezair direct evaporative cooler at the stand to demonstrate reliability and working principles. Breezair leads the world in direct evaporative cooling technology: available in different models to meet customer needs, it’s highly efficient and very kind to the environment, using only water and electricity to run.”
Evaporative cooling is fast becoming the most efficient option when cooling large areas. Air conditioning is not such a viable option, because in warehouses or industrial plants, the capital and running costs would be extremely prohibitive for end-users.
If Breezair is well known to the market and widely adopted by many end users and suggested by a large number of contractors, the great innovation by Seeley International is Sub-Wet bulb cooling: Climate Wizard & Coolerado.
“Our indirect evaporative coolers can cool below the wet bulb, thanks to a unique heat exchange core, with output temperatures approaching the dew point and consuming up to 80% less energy, compared to refrigerated systems.” continues Sarah Higgs “We will demonstrate at the stand the technology with a demo unit that replicates the indirect evaporative cooler.”
Taking place from 20-24 April 2020, MACH will be the event to connect the world of manufacturing technologies and be the destination of choice for companies looking to adopt and invest in new breakthroughs.