Servoclima replaced a number of the air treatment units at Al-Sabah hospital in Kuwait with 10 ULTRA 170 units. The project required approval from the Kuwaiti Ministry of Health, which specified, amongst other things, two key conditions in the project tender: European manufacturing and EUROVENT certification. The ULTRA 170 units that Servoclima installed after winning the tender successfully replaced the previous units and improved the performance and efficiency of the facility. For more information, please see the project.
Servoclima provided new Air Handling Units for extreme temperatures in the HVAC project at the facilities at Los Bronces, an open-pit mine perched in the Andes at 3,500 metres above sea level. This job involved customised manufacturing, transportation, and on-site installation of two Air Handling Units for extreme temperatures. Servoclima overcame various challenges including engineering compact AHUs capable of withstanding -25 ºC temperatures, transporting them on lorries adapted to difficult access mountain roads, and the installation of the units in a very tight space, requiring centimetre-perfect precision. For more information, please see the project.
SERVOCLIMA CELEBRATES CHRISTMAS WITH TEAM-BUILDING This December, Servolcima celebrated the coming of Christmas and the end of another year with some team-building. And the best way to participate all together is in a Room Escape! An activity that is more and more popular and which enables people to spend time, having fun, with nerves and tension to manage to leave the room in the established time.
SANT JOAN DE DÉU RENEWED Sant Joan de Déu hospital, one of the most important in Europe for maternal and childcare services, has renewed its appearance and installations. The new image intends to accompany its international expansion and offer coverage to associated sub-brands.
SERVOCLIMA took part in the 1st meeting SUSTAINABILITY & ENERGETIC EFFICIENCY OF THE HEALTH INSTALLATIONS Last June the 29th SERVOCLIMA took part in the 1st meeting “SUSTAINABILITY & ENERGETIC EFFICIENCY OF THE HEALTH INSTALLATIONS” organized jointly by Veolia, with the “Catalan Health Associations “(ACES) and “Catalan Hospitals Association”.
25 YEARS in SERVOCLIMA Last December 2015, the whole staff of SERVOCLIMA joined an event to celebrate the Christmas Holidays and the 25th anniversary of those workers who started their collaboration with SERVOCLIMA more than 25 years ago.
NEW AREA MANAGER Servoclima, fulfilling its desire to offer a better service every day and attend to their clients’ needs in a more agile and closer manner, has appointed Alberto Huster as Area Manager to reinforce the Commercial Department on the national level and boost exports. His years of experience in the sector in similar places vouch for Alberto’s ability to carry out the proposed objectives, among which is the desire to increase the company’s level of internationalisation.
DAMEN shipyards (HOLLAND) Servoclima is supplying air-conditioning units for the 4 new vessels being built by DAMEN shipyards in Holland. The naval sector is extremely particular when drafting its projects, where several differential factors must be taken into account, obviously and very importantly, the marine environment, where it is necessary to protect all elements and products against corrosion.
SERVOCLIMA at the BIG5 DUBAI (UAE) The Big 5 International Building & Construction Show, which takes place in Dubai, is the main international building and construction show for the whole of the Middle East, and it is a big opportunity for business between key contacts of all the main exporting countries of the world and important local developers, contractors, importers and distributors. The number of exhibitors grows every year and SERVOCLIMA participated in this edition for the first time, showing its AHU certified EUROVENT hosted on Forest United Middle East stand. It has been a great pleasure for us joining this event.
Wikinger (GERMANY- BALTIC SEA) Iberdrola’s first marine wind farm. The company, which will invest 1,600 M EUR in this project, is one of the world leaders in wind farms, and this will be its first one in Germany, which will be the largest deep-water installation in the world, at a depth of more than 40 metres.