Vestas aircoil, Headquarters in Lem, Denmark, is a partner to leading industrial & marine companies.
Since the 1950’s, the core business area for Vestas aircoil has been the marine sector, providing charge air coolers for diesel engines. Subsequently Vestas aircoil developed an industrial cooling division and today we are ready to meet all of your cooling needs.
Vestas aircoil, manufactured the world’s very first charge air cooler together with Burmeister & Wain in Copenhagen. Since that time, the product portfolio has grown drastically encompassing other market areas, keeping us at the technological forefront of product development.
Today Vestas aircoil is a modern manufacturing company, aiding its clients with many R&D projects and performing both OEM/series production tasks as well as short term bespoke units. With multiple production locations in Europe and Asia and a global sales & service network, Vestas aircoil is a preferred partner of leading industrial companies globally.
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China State Shipbuilding Corporation (CSSC) released the world’s biggest dual-fuel, low–speed engine WinGD X92DF for modern and large vessels. The engine, certificated by BV, is developed by Winterthur Gas & Diesel (WinGD), a subsidiary of CSSC, and manufactured by CSSC-MES Diesel Co., Ltd, a joint venture established by CSSC and Japans Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding. […]Read more
Calling it “Europe’s most modern power station,” local officials celebrated the launch of a gas-engine based combined heat and power (CHP) plant in Kiel, Germany in December 2019. The plant is powered by 20 Jenbacher J920 FleXtra gas engines. The facility of German municipal utility Stadtwerke Kiel is on the eastern shore of the Kieler […]Read more
The city of Chemnitz and the energy service provider Eins Energie in Sachsen will set up two new CHP plants. The two plants, MHKW Nord and Altchemnitz, will be operated with seven and five MAN gas engines of type 20V35/44G TS respectively, each with an electrical output of 12.6 MW. The new CHP plants will […]Read more