Vortice Italy exhibited at the international ISH tradeshow in Frankfurt from 14-18 March with new ranges of products and services for the residential and industrial air conditioning sector.
The company’s focus on both reducing energy consumption and improving environmental comfort was reconfirmed by the products on display, demonstrating high performance and energy saving features.
The new Quadro Evo centrifugal fan, with low specific fan power, low noise and the ability to be recessed or surface mounted, was among the products showcased. The new range of CA IL compact centrifugal in the line fans which are suitable for minimal void depths, was also in the commercial offering.
Kevin Hippey, Vortice Ltd General Manager said seeing key customers in Frankfurt was good and the company is looking forward to introducing some of these new models into the UK market in the future.
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