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Air conditioning equipment maker AESA to exhibit at ITMA
25
Sep '15
AESA Air Engineering, a French manufacturer of air conditioning equipment for all textile production processes is participating at ITMA 2015 in hall H 2, booth C 106.

The equipment from the company are used across all textile production processes like spinning, knitting, weaving, hosiery, different types of nonwovens and fibre productions, as well as dyeing and finishing.

The group supplies air conditioning and also waste collection systems to the textile industries as well as for various other industrial processes.

According to the company, its know-how helps its customers focus more on better energy and environmental efficiency.

“Our experience in design and implementation of air conditioning plants helps in generating a lighter carbon footprint with general production benefits and cost savings,” an AESA press release stated.

“Demand is increasing for implementing Aesa-Flexicontrol in spinning and weaving factories, allowing automated adjustment of consumptions to the actual needs,” it informed.

The Weave Direct systems also offer substantial reductions in power consumption combined with accurate atmospheric conditions on weaving looms, due to a dedicated supply air ducting system with diffusers above each loom.

The user-friendly and accurate Digivent control and monitoring system communicates through an interactive screen function, allowing for a wide usage of recorded data for analysis, statistics and housekeeping.

“The continuous improvements provide a win-win partnership based on AESA's expertise in these fields for more than fifty years globally and lead the way for a better future,” AESA informed. (AR)

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