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Service growth at Condair

Humidity control specialist, Condair, has appointed Ryan Mooney, as a humidifier service engineer based out of London.

Ryan Mooney is the new humidifier service engineer at Condair

Strengthening its engineering presence in the capital allows Condair to provide an even more efficient response time to its many customers in the region.

Mr Mooney has many years’ experience in the building services and environmental control sectors having worked at companies including Aqua Compliance Services and Certifact.

Tony Tullett, service director at Condair, commented: “We are very happy to welcome Ryan to the Condair service team and are proud to be expanding our nationwide network of engineers to 18. Condair boasts the largest specialist humidifier service department in the UK by far and we are perfectly placed to deliver the manufacturer’s engineering expertise on-site, no matter where in the UK that humidifier is located.”

The Condair Group is the world’s leading specialist in humidity control and evaporative cooling, with energy efficient, hygienic and innovative technologies for commercial, industrial and heritage applications. Condair is represented in the UK by Condair Limited, which offers system design, manufacture, supply, installation, commissioning, maintenance and spares. You can find out more by visiting the company’s website at www.condair.co.uk

20 October 2021

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