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Midea wins bid to provide central air conditioning to seven stadiums in Russia

Company to supply falling film water-cooled screw chillers, full DC inverter VRF systems and fan-coil units

| | Oct 11, 2017 | 8:20 am
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Midea has recently won a contract to provide central air conditioning systems to seven stadiums in Russia, the company revealed to Climate Control Middle East. The company will be providing comprehensive air conditioning solutions for the stadiums with falling film water-cooled screw chillers, full DC inverter intelligent VRF systems and fan-coil units, it added.

The air conditioning systems will operate in Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow; Volgograd Stadium, Volgograd; Ekaterinburg Stadium, Ekaterinburg; Nizhny Novgorod Stadium, Nizhny Novgorod; Kaliningrad Stadium, Kaliningrad; Samara Stadium, Samara and Saint Petersburg Stadium, Saint Petersburg.

Johnson Huang, Marketing Director, Central Air Conditioner division, Midea, said it was an honour for the company to support sporting events in Russia. The company further noted that it has a long history of providing full inverter technology solutions to a series of large-scale intercontinental tournaments and national games.

Midea emphasised that the system carries the industry’s first blackbox technology, which can achieve 24-hour status monitoring, provide remote diagnostics as well as automatically report maintenance issues, to ensure stable service during sporting events.

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