Indoor Air Quality

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Commercial Ventilation

Commercial ventilation systems play a key role to maintain healthy and comfortable indoor air quality (IAQ) in almost all buildings. At the heart of the system, you have an air handling unit and a heat exchanger for heat and energy recovery.

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Residential Ventilation

Residential ventilation plays a key role to maintain a healthy and comfortable indoor air quality (IAQ). Compact heat exchangers are perfect for small air handling units used in houses and small offices.

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Industrial Ventilation

Many industrial processes generate large amounts of hot and humid air. These processes have great potential for energy, heat recovery, and air pollution control, which reduces energy consumption and environmental impact.

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Thermal Management

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Wind Turbine Cooling

To ensure the life expectancy of the components inside the nacelle the heat generated by the process of energy conversion and solar radiation needs to dissipate. Heatex develops complete and customized cooling systems.

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Data Center Cooling

Thermal Management is a key factor in the cost and operation of data centers. Air-to-air heat exchangers are used both for indirect dry and evaporative cooling solutions to remove excess heat from the data center air in a closed loop system.

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Electronic Cooling

Remove excess heat and protect sensitive equipment from water and dust with Heatex air-to-air heat exchangers. We develop complete closed loop systems for cooling of enclosures used in telecom, digital media and solar applications.

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More Applications


Due to the limited space and risk of corrosion, air handling units on seagoing ships must be equipped with compact, high-quality heat exchangers to provide fresh, pleasant air without interruptions for long periods.

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Indoor Agriculture

Controlled environment agriculture (CEA) is an energy-intensive sector; HVAC is the second-highest energy use in most CEA facilities, depending on location, facility type, and crops grown.

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