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Calorex to exhibit in Saudi Arabia

For the first time, Calorex will be flying the British flag at the Exhibition of the 12th SABIC Technical Conference (STC-12) in November, with its extended range of energy efficient water-related heat pumps, chillers and dehumidifiers.

Calorex, renowned for its quality and reliability, will be at the four-day event and will be able to highlight all the benefits of their highly efficient swimming pool and hot water heat pumps, dual purpose water chillers and industrial dehumidifiers.

With more than 12,000 industry experts expected to attend, the STC-12 Exhibition is the largest industrial trade show in Saudi Arabia and focuses on a broad spectrum of technology developments and improvements worldwide.

“It is an honour to be exhibiting at such a prestigious show and I am looking forward to meeting our established Saudi customers and making new business connections,” explains external sales engineer Keith Wayman.

“Calorex designs heat pumps to provide energy efficient solutions and are specifically designed for the Middle East climate. We have over 30 years of active experience in this market and are able to design and build bespoke units, individually tailored to the clients' needs,” he adds.

Keith will be at the Calorex stand 434A for the duration of the show and will have information packs on the Calorex range of products particularly suited for Saudi Arabia and the wider Gulf region. These will include:

Dual purpose water chillers

Calorex water chillers are ideal for cooling water in a variety of applications. They can provide cold-water for showers in homes or leisure clubs, plunge pools in spas, water immersion pools for sports recovery or even water for process cooling.

Heat-cool heat pumps

These units provide temperature control which will reliably and economically heat or cool a swimming pool and will operate reliably throughout every possible Gulf climatic condition.

Water to water heat pumps

Calorex water to water heat pumps provide a sustainable heating solution which, compared to fossil fuel or direct electric systems, will dramatically cut operating costs and carbon emission.

Heat pumps for hot water

Calorex hot water heat pumps are a quality range of packaged units specifically designed for hot water heating to 68°C and are the leading choice for heating and hot water in hotels, hospitals, industrial spaces, nursing homes, restaurants and schools.

Industrial dehumidifiers

Calorex’s wide range of dehumidifiers and operating temperatures ensure there is a system to fit every need. From high tech problems requiring sophisticated ‘total loss’ or ‘keep dry recirculation’ systems, the firm has a solution for each problem.

More information can be found on the company’s dedicated exhibitor page on the STC-12 website http://www.exhibitionofstc12.com/exhibitordetails.aspx?exid=exhiReg327

STC-12 will take place from 6-9 November in Jubail Industrial City, Saudi Arabia.

For more information tel +44 (0)1621 856611, email: sales@calorex.com or visit www.calorex.com

24 October 2016

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