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AESA Air Engineering

France
Hall 2, Booth C173A


Worldwide leader in air engineering for all textile production processes for natural fibers as well as for man made fibers in all different stages: spinning, knitting, weaving, hosiery, nonwovens, dyeing and finishing. The company is specialized in air-conditioning and waste collection systems for textile factories.

The overall energy saving is becoming a competitiveness factor. The AESA air conditioning plants are contributing in a big way to this goal. For spinning factories, the state of the art is to drive all fans and pumps motors through inverters. For weavings, the latest development called WEAVE DIRECT is capable to reach up to 50 % energy savings. This is possible thanks to a dedicated supply air ducting system where unique and localized WDB type diffusers are placed above each loom. Like this the moisture needed for a good output is conveyed in the right quantity to the right place above the loom,and the overall air requirement can be reduced drastically. Last but not least the DIGIVENT control system, with latest AESA logic is capable to have even more stable room condition between running and not running high speed machines.

This achievement is possible with AESA's more than 50 years of experience in this specialized field and is assuring better productivity to AESA's clients and better yarn and fabric quality to the end user.

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