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21.12.2018, 09:56

Climate Control Middle East Award for Alsaeed HVAC

Company News, Heating, Ventilating & Air Conditioning (HVAC), EMEA
Seeley International is proud to announce its distributor in Saudi Arabia, Alsaeed HVAC, has been announced as the winner of the Editor's Choice award at the Climate Control Middle East awards for its contribution to the world's biggest evaporative cooling project at Mina City.

 

The project involved an enormous bulk order of Breezair evaporative air conditioners by the Saudi Government and Ministry of Hajj to provide state-of-the-art cooling for pilgrims staying in the Mina Valley tent city during the annual Hajj event. 

 

Tent City is a fascinating logistics exercise involving more than 100,000 tents and houses for approximately three million people in over 20 square kilometres.

 

Breezair evaporative air conditioning units were tested against more than 200 products from  competitor brands and found to outperform in key areas including energy-efficiency, reliability, performance and low environmental impact.

 

The Climate Control Middle East 2018 awards took place on the night of 27th November in the stunning scenario of Roda al Murooj Downtown Dubai, UAE. The objective of this award is to recognise HVACR and allied organisations and personalities that show a strong commitment to socio-economic development and sustainable development goals, as applicable to the Middle East region, and are able to provide tangible evidence of their initiatives, best practices and exertions.

 

 

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