British IT cooling company Airedale has joined Eurovent Middle East.
Formed in 1974, Airedale International is a manufacturer and designer of high efficiency cooling solutions, with offices in three continents and customers in over 60 countries.
Airedale provides complete thermal solutions that encompass precision air conditioning and IT cooling systems, chillers, condensers/dry coolers and air handling units.
Markus Lattner, managing director of Eurovent Middle East, said: “The digital transformation of our societies is in full swing. Data centre cooling is becoming a major concern for energy consumption.
“Ensuring highest efficiencies in cooling systems is not only relevant in terms of operational costs but is a strategic necessity for countries and their energy providers.
“We are happy to welcome one of the leading manufacturers in this field as our member, who will provide us with the expertise we need to drive initiatives in this critical appliance.”
Digitalisation, big data and connectivity are driving the demand for data centres and IT infrastructure globally and in the Middle East.
With specific cooling requirements to ensure safe operation and safety of data, IT cooling is a major factor in energy consumption.
Mr Asim Ansari, export sales manager of Airedale International, said: “Airedale International is delighted to announce its membership of Eurovent Middle East.
“The Gulf has always been an important export market for Airedale and our dedicated office in Dubai serves customers across the region.
“The partnership with Eurovent Middle East will give us a platform to further our success and help us meet the regulatory challenges of the region, whilst building partnerships and growing the Airedale brand.
“We look forward to engaging with Eurovent and fellow members and playing an active role in the excellent work they do on behalf of HVACR manufacturers.”