After our positive experience and the growing user interest that we saw at the last Chillventa fair, Refrion is looking ahead to a busy future and continuing to consolidate its position as a leading technological force in the sector, increasingly responsive to customer needs.
The first and important step, in mid-December, was the inauguration of the Climatic Chamber, one of the largest in Europe and the first laboratory specifically designed for testing the performance of Dry Coolers.
It can be used to test, and eventually certify, Refrion Dry Coolers under precise conditions of use to give clients a guarantee of performance, and it will also be available for use by the R&D department for testing new solutions and technologies.
“With inauguration of the Refrion Climatic Chamber we send an important message to the market" explains Daniele Stolfo, CEO of Refrion.
“Not only will we now be able to perform real-time field testing of the declared performance of our machines, including those with adiabatic equipment, but we will also be able to assess the effectiveness of innovative projects developed by R&D and speed up the pace of innovation in order to consolidate our position of technological leadership.