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The OXYVAP has been tested and certified by Synlab in Germany.
(Hall 10.2 Stand A 74)
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Our customer Brivis, a leading manufacturer of residential heating and cooling systems for Australian homes, has won the Good Design Award for 2015 in the Hardware and Building category for the design and manufacturing of the Brivis Iceberg™ Evaporative Cooling System. The Good Design Award is considered one of the most coveted prizes for design and innovation in the world. To read more, click here
We created a huge adiabatic cooling wall for a Data Center in Amsterdam (The Netherlands). If necessary, the OXYVAP cooling pads can be individually changed.
The new modular OXYVAP® is now available for sale. The OXYVAP® pad is a modular "plug and play" direct evaporative cooling pad including an aluminum frame with integrated water distribution.
The OXYVAP is a evaporative cooler that is very suitable for applications in air-handling units, data center coolers, air humidifiers or to pre-cool the air adiabatically before a condenser coil in a chiller.
Please visit the OXYVAP®page on our website for more information.
We’re proud to present our new selection software. The Selector is an online tool that allows you to make calculations for direct or indirect evaporative cooling, dew point cooling or air humidification. It is a very useful tool to select the right OXYCOM product for your purpose.
To access the Selector, please visit the OXYCOM Selector online for a free registration.
We’ve started the development of a new modular OXYVAP®. The media will remain the same, but the frame around it will be much smaller and it will be designed in such a way that each frame can click into the frame next to it. Moreover, with a smaller frame the relative fin surface for cooling or humidification will be larger.
Below you can find a scoop of the first concept drawings:
We are confident to have the first prototypes available by the end of 2014.