CAREL@MCE 2022: improve comfort and indoor air quality with sustainable and efficient solutions

CAREL will once again continue its tradition of exhibiting at Mostra Convegno Expocomfort. In hall 22, stand A31-A41-B42, CAREL will offer visitors a reflection on the importance of preserving indoor air quality in all types of buildings, whether residential, industrial or commercial, while at the same time reducing the impact of energy consumption. The challenges posed by the pandemic and the uncertainties caused by the international energy situation have led CAREL and the Group companies (Recuperator, Enginia, CRC, HygroMatik) to respond to the latest needs in the HVAC sector: improving indoor comfort with sustainable and innovative solutions has become an essential part of the new normal, in which creating healthy environments and reducing energy consumption go hand-in-hand.

The CAREL offering at MCE 2022 will therefore be focused on control solutions that adapt to any type of ventilation system, for both industrial and commercial applications, integrating heat recovery units, sensors and humidification solutions into the air handling units made by the world’s leading manufacturers. The primary objective of each solution is to guarantee air recirculation, as well as to control humidity and the concentration of harmful substances and pathogens, so as to create healthy and comfortable environments. System management and performance optimisation are necessary steps to achieving this goal in a sustainable and efficient way: for CAREL this is made possible by combining IoT supervisory and monitoring technologies with custom services that allow owners and maintenance technicians to simplify their interactions with the technology installed in the field. CAREL offers remote control digital services and round-the-clock support for humidification and ventilation systems, through qualified engineers and site visits for maintenance and optimising the configurations of the installed solutions.

Finally, CAREL’s portfolio of programmable and parametric controllers, electronic expansion valves, drivers and sensors, the result of more than 15 years of research into the development and integration of specific solutions for heat pumps and ventilation systems, reflects market demands by envisaging the future of “sustainable comfort”. This technology, though well established, is growing day after day, both offering systems for a true alternative to fossil fuels and accelerating the electrification of the HVAC industry.

At this year’s exhibition – finally with in-person attendance – CAREL has organised a meeting on the topic of indoor air quality, the focus of its offering. On 28 June at 13.00, in the “Stella Polare” Congress Centre, the company will host a free conference entitled “Impact of air humidity on health: the upcoming challenges for healthcare facilities”, with experts from the healthcare and HVAC businesses who will discuss the scientific evidence demonstrating how correct air humidity control is an extremely valuable ally for our health.