6 December 2018

Dunham-Bush bolsters Cooling division

Dunham-Bush, one of the UK’s leading heating and cooling equipment manufacturers, has appointed Dave Parsons as business development manager of its Cooling division.

Dave Parsons.

Mr Parsons has worked for Dunham-Bush for 14 years, joining as a service engineer and progressing to the role of service manager. Having recently gained a BA (Hons) in Leadership and Business Management, he hopes to take his skill-set and knowledge gained into his new role.

Mr Parsons will be focusing on expanding the company’s activities in the chiller sector. Dunham-Bush has recently successfully re-introduced chiller production into the UK with a comprehensive range of technically advanced air- and water-cooled chillers in a range of outputs from 35-14,068kW.

In addition to chillers, Dunham-Bush manufactures and distributes an extensive range of heat emitters including LST radiators, radiant panels, fan convectors, door curtains, trench and perimeter heating and fan coil units.

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