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Keysource signs agreement with Airedale

Data-centre company Keysource has signed a supply agreement with Airedale International Air Conditioning.

Under the terms of the agreement, designed to support future growth, Airedale, the UK’s number one provider of chillers, precision air conditioning and IT cooling systems, will become the manufacturing and development partner for the market-leading Keysource ‘ecofris’ cooling solution.

The award-winning ‘ecofris’ design is already installed in multiple locations throughout the UK, while this agreement will allow Keysource to ramp up the development, manufacturing and testing of the design, delivering a quicker and more standardised solution to the customer.

Mike West, Managing Director, Keysource said, “We have been driving hard for the past six years to deliver high performance data centres and ‘ecofris’ has been a key component of that approach. Having developed the solution this far we wanted a leading UK-based manufacturer who shared our commitment to high quality engineering and could support our expansion and increased demand for ‘ecofris’. This latest agreement builds on many years of collaboration with Airedale and we look forward to developing the relationship moving forward.”

Clive Parkman, Managing Director, Airedale International Air Conditioning, said, “This agreement will be of benefit to both parties and will enable Keysource to continue to meet the demands of more customers both here in the UK and other markets. The ‘ecofris’ solution is unique and we are proud to have been chosen to support it.”


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