Lamosa and Cedasa Incopisos have chosen the cooling system built by FIMO and distributed by Inter Ser for their facilities in Mexico, Peru and Brazil.
Two of the world’s largest tile manufacturers recently placed orders for ENEAgreen, the variable ventilation oil cooling technology for hydraulic presses produced by FIMO and distributed exclusively by Inter Ser in South America and most Asian countries.
Mexican group Lamosa has purchased ten ENEAgreen systems for its facilities in Mexico and Peru, while Brazilian group Cedasa Incopisos has commissioned a further 19 for its factories in the Santa Gertrudes district, SP.
ENEAgreen, which now boasts more than 320 installations worldwide, is the latest sustainable version of ENEA technology, first developed back in the 1980s to replace water cooling with air cooling and superseded in the following decade by the higher performance ENEAplus model. With its variable ventilation technology, ENEAgreen reduces energy consumption by at least 30% and further improves performance of the system.