GEA presents extensive product portfolio for China
10. April 2012 From 11 to 13 April 2012, at the new China International Exhibition Center (CIEC), in Beijing, China, GEA will present its extensive portfolio of HVAC and refrigeration components and solutions at the trade fair China Refrigeration 2012 – for applications, of course, not only for China.
Over recent years, the fair China Refrigeration has developed into one of the world’s leading HVAC and refrigeration trade fairs. The international GEA Group will be present at the fair, represented by its Segments GEA Refrigeration Technologies and GEA Heat Exchangers.
GEA will exhibit the following systems: Geneglace ice generators for the production of flake ice, piston compressors from the Grasso V range for industrial refrigeration, screw compressor packages from the Grasso Smart ScrewPack, as well as spiral freezers from GEA Refrigeration Technologies for strict hygienic requirements in food processing. In China, GEA will also present energy-efficient solutions for the natural refrigerant CO2, in addition to Bock compressors for mobile and stationary applications.
In addition, the segment GEA Heat Exchangers will show products from the area of commercial and large-scale commercial refrigeration units: for example, GEA standard air coolers and GEA condensers. These standard air coolers and condensers have been developed and manufactured for the condensation of refrigeration in commercial and industrial applications, including uses in HVAC. The Business Unit GEA PHE Systems will present its brazed plate heat exchangers. The elimination of sealing elements, as well as the hermetically sealed design, satisfy all demanding expectations. These plate heat exchangers can be installed on a small footprint. They are highly versatile in their applications, and are especially service-friendly.
GEA Refrigeration Technologies and GEA Heat Exchangers will have a common stand in the German Pavilion in Hall E1, Stand D63.
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