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Advanced Industrial Air Cooling Solutions Provided By A.T.E.

Author: Kv Gopalakrishnan
by Kv Gopalakrishnan
Posted: Apr 24, 2017

Many industrial processes tend to generate heat. At times, there is a need to dissipate this heat effectively, so it does not affect the environment adversely and allows the equipment and workers to work at an optimum level. On the other hand, certain industrial processes require heat to function, which needs an effective way to provide a constant and regular supply of hot or cold air to the process.

There is an increasing demand for advanced and efficient industrial air cooling solutions in order to achieve optimum production levels. While it's true that this shift is seen in MNCs in India, the number of Indian companies looking for such cooling solutions is on the rise.

Leading companies in India, such as A.T.E. Enterprises Private Limited are renowned providers of advanced industrial air conditioner units that are effective in providing ultimate cooling for industrial processes.

Conventional refrigerant-based air conditioners incur higher opex and capex costs, while evaporative cooling is often found inadequate in providing effective cooling. HMX, a part of the A.T.E. Group, is a renowned manufacturer and supplier of highly effective and proven industrial air conditioner technology. The company aims to constantly innovate and introduce exclusive, energy-efficient and environment-friendly cooling solutions. The patented IEC (Indirect Evaporative Cooling) technology is one of the world's premium air cooling technologies today.

Advanced industrial air cooling solutions

These are the top commercial and industrial air conditioner systems on offer from HMX and provided in India by A.T.E. group:


The HMX-IDECool is an advanced version of other conventional air cooling systems that use the patented IDEC (Indirect Direct Evaporative Cooling). This industrial air cooling unit is designed and developed by HMX, a part of A.T.E. Group. This technology helps to cool in two efficient stages. It is a comparatively higher energy-efficient air cooling system and provides a higher level of comfort than ducted air coolers.

The IDECool is available in capacities of 4,000 to 6,000 CFM. The air cooling unit is designed from tough single-skin aluminum composite panels that are created in a 30 x 30 mm aluminum structure. The GI base frame adds more stability to the cooling unit. It uses a single phase power supply which makes it efficient with less energy consumption. The DAMA (Dry Air Moist Air) technology is used at its core to provide 100% fresh, clean and cool air.


The HMX-PCU-F is a fresh air cooling system designed by HMX, a part of A.T.E. Group. This is a smart cooling solution that engages two highly effective cooling methods of coolilng – according to the requirement – in an effort to give completely fresh and cool air.

In the initial stage, this industrial air cooling system engages the IEC (Indirect Evaporative Cooling) technology to enable sensible cooling. Then, the air cooling system switches over to the AC coil (DX/CW) for constant cooling. The IEC used initially helps to save a considerable amount of energy as the air conditioner effectively cools the indoor temperature. The HMX-PCU-F is compatible with conventional AHUs and large chiller installations.

These, and many other such advanced industrial air conditioner systems from A.T.E. have helped various types of small and large industries to ensure higher energy-efficiency in their processes. Apart from this, these air cooling units enable a higher level of cooling with less energy consumption for achieving optimum industrial production levels.

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K V Gopalakrishnan is a writer who has very good experience in writing articles & blogs. The writer has a flair for writing and he keeps on writing various articles and blogs related to the industry.

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