History - Vestas Air Coil

History


 

In 1972 the company Wacond was founded manufacturing cooling towers. In 1985 as part of a strategic business development project, Vestas aircoil acquired Wacond and due to an increasing demand for cooling towers Vestas Industrial Cooling was formed as a separate division in 2009.

 

By pursuing the knowledge of Wacond and with the continuous development and optimization of our product range, Vestas industrial cooling has become one of the leading cooling tower manufacturers in northern Europe.

 

Vestas industrial cooling operate from two major production sites, one in the city of Lem in Denmark, this is also the home to our Head Office, and our second production facility is located in Brasov Romania. Our Research, Technical and Quality departments are all located and managed from our Head Office in Denmark.

 

Cooling towers are a specialist heat exchanger, where latent heat is rejected from the water by contact between water and air and through the evaporation of a small part of the water that needs to be cooled. Thus allowing the process water to cool down to a temperature lower than the ambient temperature, this is a major advantage in comparison to dry coolers.

 

All of our cooling towers are designed to achieve the required capacity, to build and extend along with demand and adapt to space requirements, to meet or exceed all relevant design codes for ease of service and maintenance. Our ISO 9001, 2008 ensures high level of quality globally.