Fast and reliable development of heat transfer solutions

- delivered on time

 

We meet our customers, wherever they are to truly understand their needs and requirements.
Our heat transfer solutions are individually designed to meet customer requirements and specifications.
Our experience and focus help our customers achieve a short Time To Market for new products.
Our durable heat transfer solutions are designed to reduce total cost of ownership.

 

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Who we are

 

Vestas aircoil has designed and manufactured charge air coolers since 1956.
The first cooler delivery was for a marine diesel engine. Since then, we have developed into being the preferred partner for bespoke,
high performance and reliable engine cooling systems to a wide array of the worlds´ largest engine manufacturers.
With an advanced R&D center located in Denmark the company keeps developing
new technology and solutions enabling our customers to meet their targets.
A strong and balanced focus on performance optimization, environmental impact and product quality is what is offered to all customers.
Multiple manufacturing sites effectively covering the globe allows for a close and efficient collaboration with all clients ensuring quick support and reaction times.

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Aug 8, 2022, 9:20 AM

Developing high-performance heat exchangers for low-emission power systems

New article in issue 14 of the European Dissemination Media Agency. In the quest to lower emissions from engine systems, heat exchangers are a key enabling technology for low-emission power…
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Aug 2, 2022, 3:29 PM

How can we bridge the industrial-academic gap?

New article in Open Access Government issue 35. Vestas aircoil A/S values the potential of being part of the Horizon 2020 project InDEStruct. Besides the project outcome, it has also been a…
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R & D News
Feb 4, 2022, 1:39 PM

Visit from Aarhus University

Today we had a very interesting visit in our R&D Laboratory - Center of Excelence. Dr. Xuping Zhang from Aarhus University came together with his 2 PhD students Zhengxue and Xingyu.…
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