Mesan USA cooling towers unveiled in Qatar, Kuwait
Leminar formalised a distribution agreement with Mesan USA for the supply of its CTI-certified products in both countries earlier this year
Leminar Air Conditioning Company, a distributor and service provider of HVAC and plumbing products in the GCC, launched the Mesan USA Cooling Towers range at an industry event in Qatar and Kuwait earlier this month.
The product debut was hosted as part of Leminar’s technical seminars, which focused on alternative evaporative cooling technology.
Mesan USA offers counter-flow, cross-flow, forced draft and induced draft towers in FRP, galvanised steel, and stainless steel.
Leminar formalised a distribution agreement with Mesan USA for the supply of its CTI-certified products in both countries earlier this year.
Mesan USA's portfolio includes more than 2,300 products, which include the manufacturer's self-designed and -developed fans.
Its activity in the fans segment ensures "a perfect match" between Mesan USA's towers and fans "for the highest combined efficiency (thermal and energy), and consequently the lowest energy consumption per tonne", a company statement claimed.
Sergio Flores, director of Mesan USA, explained: "[The company] uses the same technology used in the design of winglets of an aircraft for its fan blades.
"Our wide, aerodynamic fan blades allow air movement at reduced RPM, which in turn lowers noise levels and translates to quietest possible operation."
Flores noted that Mesan USA's Cooling Towers range uses "double drift eliminators to curb undesirable loss of liquid water to the environment" and improve overall efficiency.
Pramodh Idicheria, executive director at Leminar Air Conditioning Company, added: "We take great pride in introducing top-quality international brands to regional markets.
"When the product has additional benefits to offer from an environmental standpoint, we aggressively campaign for its adoption in the region.
"Mesan USA is an excellent addition to our steadily growing portfolio of products for the region’s HVAC industry."