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Aluminum at Chillventa 2010

Hydro will exhibit aluminum components for air conditioning and cooling systems at Chillventa 2010. The change in material from copper to aluminum increases the more customers discover its better functionality, savings in coolants and cheaper solutions.

Hydro is a leading provider of material substitution in this market segment, internationally known by the acronym HVACR. Chillventa from October 13 to 16 in Nuremberg is a world trade fair for cooling, air conditioning, ventilation and heat pumps.

At the Hydro booth, employees from the heat exchanger product group from the Rolled Products business area and from the Extruded Products business area Precision Tubing will give you good advice. The organizational units work separately, but cooperate closely in many of their marketing initiatives for the HVACR industry - in an effort to address the market with one voice.

This year alone, Hydro showed off its aluminum heat exchanger solutions at industrial events in China, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Turkey and the United States. Chillventa is the tenth trade show for Hydro's HVACR teams, and the last this year.

New HYVAC ™ packages

Hydro is now presenting its HYVAC ™ packages at Chillventa. The units chose this name to give their corrosion-resistant or low-corrosion aluminum solutions a profile for two types of heat exchangers. The focus is on brazed material for inert gas or CAB (controlled atmosphere brazing) soldering.

The latter is a joining process for fins and distribution pipes that offers system manufacturers and their respective end device manufacturers many advantages. These are essentially cost advantages, but there are also practical advantages for the operator of such devices and easier recycling at the end of product use speak for an all-aluminum solution.

Hydro will also present its own HVACR service center in Hanover at the booth. It's there to help customers replace copper with aluminum.

Visitors to Chillventa will find Hydro in Hall 2 at Stand 215.

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