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New air handling and heat recovery company launched

Air Design, based in Netherton in the West Midlands, is a newly created air handling units (AHU) and heat recovery units (HRU) manufacturer

Part of the Elta Group, Air Design’s ranges encompasses component parts - plug fans with variable speed drives, fans with EC motor control drives, high efficiency thermal wheels, plate-to-plate heat recovery, plug-and-play control options.

The company also states it has the capabilities to meet the requirements of specialist and bespoke applications.

The new specialist supplier is located in production and office premises in excess of 3000 square metres, close to Elta Group headquarters in Kingswinford.

Air Design says its range of AHUs is designed and manufactured with in-house systems developed to achieve and maintain the level of quality vital in manufactured products.

In a statement, it said: “Samples are continually inspected and assessed in order to ascertain what changes may be incorporated in the manufacturing process to improve the finished product.

All departments comply with the exacting quality procedures of ISO9001 to ensure that standards are maintained throughout and employees meet regularly to discuss ways of improving quality, assessing everything from the manufacturing process to customer service.

Working in tandem with its strategic partners, Air Design is committed to delivering energy efficient air handling solutions.  This commitment is resulting in the company’s continued investment in more efficient and more technologically advanced products.”

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