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Condair appoints new service engineer in Scotland

Humidification specialist, Condair, has appointed Adam Norton as a humidifier service engineer based out of Edinburgh. Having a service engineer located in Scotland strengthens Condair’s strategic presence in the region and allows the company to provide a more efficient response ...

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New small and efficient humidifier from Condair

Condair is launching the Condair RM, a new low capacity resistive steam humidifier that can provide up to 8kg of steam to a duct. This level of output is ideal for applications like CRAC units in data centres, MRI suites ...

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ASHRAE humidity guidelines for reopening schools and unis

The ASHRAE Epidemic Task Force has recently published guidance on the operation of HVAC systems in schools and universities, to mitigate the airborne transmission of SARS-CoV-2. This is in preparation for the reopening of schools in the new academic year. ...

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Condair Configure – New humidifier selection tool

Condair is launching a web-based humidifier selection tool, which enables AHU customers to design a humidification system from within the AHU company’s own in-house AHU design software. The software module, called Condair Configure, allows manufacturers to design and quote AHUs ...

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Cooling air

Paul Langford, Engineering Director, Colt International expounds on the benefits of evaporative cooling Evaporative cooling is an exceptionally efficient and cost-effective means of cooling industrial buildings, production facilities, warehouses and data centres. It is highly effective in all weather conditions ...

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