Tailormade air coolers for greenhouses

Interko introduces customized air coolers for greenhouses. The first are already hanging in greenhouses in 's-Gravenzande. Chris Maat from Interko: "The customer wanted a lower temperature in his greenhouse to extend the shelf life of his products, but the cooler had to be compact in order to minimize the blocking of sunlight."

With the introduction of the EQH air cooler, Interko expands its offer for horticulture worldwide. The new air cooler can be used for temperature regulation in different spaces such as greenhouses, warehouses and freezers. The cooler contains fans that are more energy efficient than ErP 2015 guidelines require. Fan speed is checked automatically and the noise is kept low.

"We’re entering a new market but have considerable experience and knowledge of refrigeration," according to Chris Maat, director/owner of the manufacturer and installer of refrigeration and ripening systems. "In the past we produced similar coolers that lasted a long time. The new coolers work more efficiently and effectively. There are several manufacturers of this type of cooler, but Interko has the ability to customize." Which means that the capacity, size and the number of fans in each cooler are adapted to the needs of the customer.

Maat: "The first coolers are already hanging in greenhouses in 's-Gravenzande, keeping flowers and plants at the right temperature. For the same client we are currently working on a cooling system for their warehouse.” 

The new EQH air cooler is made of aluminum or stainless steel, with stainless steel or copper tubing. The housing of the coolers has a powder coating that ensures improved durability.

The standard cooler has a height of 700mm, but Interko can adjust the size and number of fans to fit the customer’s requirements.

For more information:
Tel: +31 (0)79 593 2581
Email: info@interko.com

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