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Heat Exchangers WA ‘Evaporating’ Competitors

It is a beautiful sunny winter’s day here in WA! Heat Exchangers WA just replaced another older forced draft condenser with a sparkling brand new Evapco CATC induced draft Evaporative Condenser. This included all the bells and whistles, such as Thermal-Pak II Coil, superior efficiency drift eliminators and the patented motor swing out arm plus davit providing unprecedented maintenance access and inherently better operation. Additionally, the Evapco condensers arrive pre-built allowing the minimisation of your on-site assembly costs.

Are you aware that by installing a newer model condenser you can save significantly on electricity costs and reduce environmental impact?

One of our food processing clients saved the equivalent of 5 household’s annual electricity consumption! By replacing their older, less efficient condenser with a new 11 kW Evapco CATC induced draft Evaporative Condenser they were able to achieve the same required output at a far cheaper cost, saving both their money and our environment.

Is your current heating and cooling equipment getting a little tired and as a result has an out-dated power consumption? Is it costing you unwanted operational and maintenance costs? It could be time for an upgrade. Here at Heat Exchangers WA we pride ourselves on exceptional service and commitment to the client, our cooling tower division designs each product to meet your required specifications the most effective and efficient way possible. Just ask our food processing client, they loved their first Evapco condenser so much they wanted two more, hopefully we can connect four!

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<p>Tylan Lambert is the Marketing Engineer at Heat Exchangers WA, where he conducts all social and print media marketing in regards to the various products and services offered at HEWA. Tylan holds a Bachelor of Commerce and a Masters in Chemical Engineering from the University of Western Australia.</p>