Aermec becomes CIBSE patron

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Aermec UK is proud to support the building services industry by becoming a CIBSE patron.

The company has long been a supporter of the work the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineering (CIBSE) does for the industry. By forging closer links as a patron, Aermec is looking forward to exchanging information, collaborating on multi-disciplinary projects with CIBSE Partners whilst supporting future generations of engineers to build a better HVAC future.

“Aermec is delighted to become a CIBSE Patron. This provides a great opportunity to support the building services industry through collaborating with CIBSE and other organisations which will further knowledge and skills,” comments Graham Etherington, Aermec UK’s Sales Specification Manager.

Aermec was founded on the principles of sustainability and best practice. The company always seeks to minimise its environmental impact and those values are reflected in its approach to business. Aermec constantly strives to help reduce their customers’ life cycle costs and offer the best value engineering solutions whilst addressing environmental concerns.

Collaborative working practices are embraced across the business. Becoming a CIBSE patron echoes the company’s own philosophies. Aermec works closely with M&E consultants, mechanical engineers, building services engineers and its end users.

In-house, Aermec has some of the finest engineers in the HVAC engineering world but recognises that only by partnering and collaborating with customers as well as component manufacturers, can it design the best energy efficient solutions and stay ahead of ‘the curve’.

The company invests heavily in research and development and has close links with Padua University, close to its manufacturing base. It also has one of the largest testing laboratories in Europe which are Eurovent and AHRI approved.

Aermec is actively involved in harnessing new technologies from HVAC compressors, heat exchangers and new motors to working with the latest advances in low GWP refrigerants and its extensive testing facilities ensure that products are rigorously tested and can meet even the most exacting criteria.

“We are excited about the many ways Aermec can contribute, exchange information and learn from fellow patrons and CIBSE members,” adds Graham Etherington.

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