Chillventa 2018: great number of visitors – great success for Sanhua Europe
Sanhua marked a successful Chillventa 2018 with a great number of visitors and keen interest in products and solutions including the SEC Revo, a fully new controller solution for refrigeration applications. Visitors also were highly interested in the wide range of Micro-channel heat exchangers (MCHE) as condensers and evaporators for different applications.
Visitors expressed satisfaction that all Sanhua products are suitable for HFC (fluorinated hydrocarbons) refrigerants and for new refrigerants such as R32, R448A/R449A, R452A, R450A/R513A, CO2 and flammable fluids such as R290 (Propane).
Every day during Chillventa there was a competition challenge “MDF coil installation” where the faster participant was awarded.
Visitors were positively impressed by the way of solution presentations: as cut-away models of a R290/propane refrigeration cabinet R290/propane hot-water heating pump and condensing units fully made of Sanhua components: MCHE evaporators & condensers, compressors, and other refrigeration components in combination with digital tools such as touch-screens and transparent OLED screens displayed interactive.
A virtual reality area gave our visitors a virtual tour of our plants in China using 3D VR glasses. The combination of the futuristic booth design with the latest presentation techniques gave our visitors a strong impression that we’re a high-tech company with a vision for the future.
Sanhua held a party as always – this time the 10-year anniversary of Sanhua Europe was celebrated with lots of customers in a relaxing atmosphere supported by music band.
Ilan Peleg – General manager of Sanhua Europe stated: “Our employees, our customers, and our visitors were extremely impressed by the booth design, its features, and the new form of product presentation. Our established customers thought the presentation was especially innovative. The clean, very modern overall design and our use of the latest presentation techniques certainly attracted visitors.”