Industrial Refrigeration Solutions for Various Professionals

Each customer has his own technical solution... and service

For our part, we listen to and gather information from our stakeholders: operations managers and contractors, engineers, design consultants. And we propose the best solution according to the needs identified together. One plus we can offer you: a single point of contact throughout the design and installation phases.

Refrigeration Solutions for Operations Managers

Solutions for Operations

The ideal industrial chiller or cooler is one that you can install and then... forget about. We have implemented several specifications to align ourselves with this 'ideal' and offer plant managers the coveted operational continuity: design with advanced programmes, repeated tests on all refrigeration systems or further machines, accessories for Industry 4.0. Furthermore, we aim to be the single point of contact for those managing complex systems.

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Solutions for SMEs

Owners and plant managers of manufacturing SMEs have a common need: to rely on simple solutions so that they can concentrate on their core processes. If the need to 'have one eye on everything in the company' is compelling, it becomes a guarantee to be able to rely on reliable refrigeration systems and a single point of contact.

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Refrigeration Solutions for SMEs
Refrigeration Solutions for Project Engineers

Solutions for Project Engineers

Design, on-site presence, knowledge of the latest innovations: given all the responsibilities they bear towards the end user, engineering consultants are very pleased to find a single point of contact to whom they can delegate a vertical section of work such as industrial refrigeration systems. Here you will find our guarantees of reliability: put us to the test.

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Industrial refrigeration that meets your (individual) needs

In every industrial refrigeration project we are used to meeting different stakeholders:

  • The entrepreneur, often of an SME, who is concerned that his company and its machinery do not have production stoppages. His credibility in front of his customers is at stake.
  • The plant manager, who has to keep everything running ‘like clockwork’ and cannot worry too much about a single refrigeration or cooling system. Simplicity and reliability are the key words.
  • The engineering firm, which takes over the design of an entire plant from the end user. The more reliable the refrigeration consultant is (and willing to exchange technical information), the less critical the project will be.

For our part, we think that these different professionals and needs can appreciate a common point: to be able to count on a single point of contact for industrial refrigeration, able to provide integrated systems (including sub-supplies) and complete services before, during and after installation.
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