Coolex Air Conditioners given Eurovent certificate
Kuwait-based air handling unit manufacturer hails industry award
Coolex Air Conditioners has secured Eurovent Certification for its air handling units (AHUs), the company has announced.
The HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) firm said it successfully completed and passed the requirements of Eurovent’s regulations, which include tests on air pressure drops, mater pressure drops, cooling capacities, heating capacities and filtration.
Coolex’s products also fulfilled the body’s requirements concerning calculation of device parameters, process of its installation, quality of components and the product itself.
Ronny Bittar, export sales manager at Coolex, said: “The tests conducted simultaneously in the TUV lab showed that the Coolex units assembled in Kuwait obtain the highest quality and performance results. This is the proof that Coolex takes special care of the quality and performance of the services and products it offers which is always on the highest level.
"The Eurovent certificate is a successful measure and step in our long and quality, detail-oriented work.”
Eurovent is a capacity-performance certification that has been made mandatory in Europe and is quickly becoming the operational standard around the world.
The Eurovent certification programme for air handling units offers a common platform for product evaluation and testing, and aims to provide consultants, contractors and end-user consumers with the highest confidence that product operation will be consistent with the stated performance data.
Coolex said its compliance with the stringent Eurovent regulations gives its AHU product line and the selection software AirCalc ++ added reliability and value.
The Eurovent Certification will be added to Coolex’s range of industry certificates, which include the ISO 9001: 2008 Certification (UKAS), ISO 14001: 2004 Certification (SGS), OHSAS 18001: 2007 Certification (SGS), Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL), Air-Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI), Saudi Arabian Standards Organisation (SASO).