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Hidria in Milan with new bussines for a cleaner planet

In Milan in Italy, at one of the largest energetics fairs in the world – the MCE 2016 Mostra Cenvegno Expocomfort – Hidria signed new contracts totalling almost EUR 5 million to supply high-performance fans and electrical motors to be used already this year in heat pumps, industrial coolers, pumps and heaters of renowned brands, allowing for considerable savings on heating and cooling costs, and significantly contributing to environmental protection.

At the fair, Hidria’s innovative and technologically advanced solutions for high-performance electrical motors and fans, whose main advantages are low noise, energy efficiency and long life cycles, met with an enthusiastic response from all who work with ventilation, air-conditioning and cooling systems. In their design and construction, Hidria’s systems are tailor-made for customers, and coupled with a commitment to innovation and a higher quality of life in terms of comfort in the living environment, and green mobility.
For its new generation of high-performance EC-electronically commuted fans, Hidria received the prestigious international Red Dot industrial design award two years ago. This proves the corporation has the knowledge and ability to combine top design with advanced, innovative technical functions to create industrial products that significantly reduce energy consumption, cut costs and protect the environment. Because of the extreme energy efficiency of their motors, Hidria’s fans can help save up to 80 percent of energy on average compared with classical asynchronous fans.
The importance of the presence at the Milano fair is illustrated by the fact that over 2,000 exhibitors and experts in the energetics field from around the world are present there. Every two years this fair presents the newest and most advanced technologies in heating and cooling, freezing of food and other vital ingredients, water treatment and renewable resources. Mostra Convegno Expocomfort is therefore one of the technologically most advanced fairs in the world, and of the utmost strategic importance due to growing energy needs. At the end of last year, it was hosted by Saudi Arabia, the fastest growing market in the Middle East, which plans EUR 216 billion worth of investments in various infrastructure, residential and industrial facilities over the next 4 years.