Chillventa 2018 is over! Summary of the participation of the KAISAI company at the Nuremberg Fair

On October 16-18 in Nuremberg, the 7th edition of Chillventa 2018 Fair took place. In this year’s edition of the world’s leading fair, KAISAI had its debut as an exhibitor. The main objective of the participation was to enable direct contact of potential equipment recipients with company representatives and becoming acquainted with product novelties.
Chillventa is currently one of the largest global refrigeration and air conditioning fairs. This time, over 1,000 exhibitors from 45 countries attended the fairs on imposing area of 7 Messezentrum exhibition halls, and the number of visitors exceeded 30,000 people. Numerous technical innovations, proposed by the exhibitors, have allowed to observe how much manufacturers adapt their products to the constantly growing requirements of customers.

During this edition of the fair, the KAISAI company, especially for its customers, presented the latest solutions of specialist air conditioning devices. The exposition included flagship units from the RAC and LCAC segments, a new air curtain, wall air conditioners, portable KPC and KPPD air conditioners with heating function and an air-to-water heat pump.

The world exhibition held in October in Nuremberg is a must for all those who want to keep up with the latest HVAC trends. The Chillventa Fair contributes to meetings of specialists from around the world, creating a cooperation network in which new possibilities emerge from knowledge and technology.

In March 2019, as part of the continuation of the project to participate in leading exhibitions of the global refrigeration, air conditioning, ventilation and heat pump industry, KAISAI will appear in the prestigious group of ISH exhibitors in Frankfurt.


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