CIAT has announced the start of its 2017 INTERNATIONAL CIAT TOUR presenting its newest product developments and comprehensive system offerings in more than 70 cities across three continents.
From March to November, the tour will stop in 20 countries and cover a distance of more than 30,000 km, traveling from Europe to North Africa and Central Europe, including such destinations as Russia and Turkey.
The tour began at ISH 2017 in Frankfurt, Germany, where consultants, engineers, building owners, facility managers, contractors and architects were invited to stop by and discover CIAT’s latest innovations on board the roadshow truck.
Dates for the UK tour are as follows:
• Newcastle May 15
• Edinburgh May 16
• Glasgow May 17
• Preston May 18
• Manchester May 19
• Bristol May 22
• London May 23, 24
At each stop, the showcase includes: the new CLIMACIAT and Floway Access air handling units; the new Aquaciat packaged chiller and heat pump; the Ereba packaged reversible air/water heat pump with inverter technology, as well as split and multi split air/air heat pump; CIAT’s complete comfort unit range MAJOR LINE, COADIS LINE, COMFORT LINE and MELODY 2; the ITEX high energy recovery heat exchanger; the new magnetic levitation compressor and the smart CIATControl and CIATM2M supervision systems.
Atallah Musleh, sales director Europe, said: “Over the past 18 months, CIAT has transformed its offerings with new products and services. The 2017 INTERNATIONAL CIAT TOUR is a great opportunity to demonstrate our new capabilities and engage with our customers worldwide by bringing our expertise and extensive range solutions directly to their doorstep.”
CIAT designs, manufactures and supplies heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) solutions that optimise energy consumption and enhance indoor air quality and comfort in various building applications. CIAT is part of UTC Climate, Controls & Security, a unit of United Technologies Corp.
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