Case study: Adiabatic pre-cooling in world leading data center
When Equinix's new data centers were to be built, the municipality of Amsterdam placed restrictions on their power consumption, and the company set out to look for a solution to make their power-demanding chillers run more efficiently.
Case study: Highly efficient sustainable comfort cooling for the leading consumer electronics brand of Saudi Arabia
Saudi's company, eXtra, looked for efficient comfort cooling solutions to enhance customer experience and employee productivity. Oxycom's patented two-stage evaporative cooling technology proved to be the ultimate solution. Find out how:
Case study: Sustainable cooling at Austrian innovative bio milk producer
Environment-friendly cooling of production halls with 100% clean, fresh and healthy air along with savings of 28 tons of CO2 emissions per year compared to conventional air conditioning solutions. Read how this was achieved:
Case study: Four-season sustainable climate control for 247TailorSteel
Carl Berlo, CEO, 247TailorSteel: "After Oxycom’s systems were installed, our employees are super happy with the indoor climate now". Read more to get the diverse perspectives from the management, operations, and production teams of 247TailorSteel:
Metal manufacturing generates substantial heat and emissions like oil vapors and welding fumes comprising dust and toxic gases. This whitepaper presents valuable insights and tips for solving the heat challenges in a metal factory.
Case study: Sustainable cooling and ventilation for Toyo Seat Europe
Gábor Szorgalmas, Toyo Seat Europe: "After the installation, the feedback is very positive. It is noticeably colder in halls". Read more to get insights into Toyo Seat Europe's experience with our sustainable climate control:
Case study: Comfort cooling & fresh air ventilation at more than 80% energy-savings
Italian company Plastic Legno looked for a sustainable solution to provide their production facility with a comfortable and productive working climate. Oxycom's patented two-stage evaporative technology proved to be the perfect solution. Read the full case study here:
Case study: Maximal ventilation & comfort cooling at 70% less operational costs
Saudi company Almarai looked for a highly sustainable solution to provide their guests and employees with comfort cooling and maximal ventilation. A semi-hybrid application of Oxycom’s patented two-stage evaporative technology proved to be the perfect solution.
Due to the increasing heat problem in their production facility, BMI-Thegon saw that they had to improve their indoor climate to provide a healthy and productive work environment. You can download their story here.