Dutch Blower delivered a air handling unit for the laboratory room at Nestle Nunspeet.
Nestle is the world's largest food company. Nestle has well known brands like Maggi, Nescafe, KitKat and Nesquik. They work in Nunspeet with a team of over 280 people in the production and packaging of infant food that is sold all over the world .
Dutch Blower has delivered an air handling unit for the laboratory room. The air handling unit is internally fully made of AISI304 and the bottom is equipped with strong sloped AISI304 drip trays fitted with drain. The inside of the unit is smooth to prevent openings which can collect dirt. In addition to heating and cooling by means of water, the AHU also has a humidification section, H13 HEPA filters and a complete electric panel with Priva controller. The unit is supplied in one piece and stands on a solid hot dipped baseframe.
Key advantages of Dutch Blower air handling units
Energy Efficiency: Dutch blower air handling units are designed for high energy efficiency, helping to reduce operating costs and lower energy consumption.
Customization: These units offer a wide range of customizable options, allowing for tailored solutions to meet specific HVAC requirements and building needs.
Quiet Operation: Dutch blower units are engineered to operate with minimal noise, ensuring a comfortable and peaceful indoor environment for occupants.
Robust Construction: They are built with durable materials and advanced engineering, ensuring longevity and reliable performance even in demanding conditions.
Advanced Control Systems: Dutch blower units often come equipped with sophisticated control systems, enabling precise regulation and optimization of air handling processes for enhanced indoor air quality and comfort.